Robert Griffin III will always have a special place in Baylor football lore. More>>
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The City of Waco and Baylor are going all out for the upcoming Baylor football season as plans continue to light the new bridge next to McLane Stadium. More>>
While neither side started fast the way they wanted, the Baylor defense seemed to get the best of it in a brief 40-minute scrimmage under the lights at McLane Stadium on Friday night. Quarterback Bryce Petty was 9-of-13 for 106 yards and led the first-team offense to scores on two of its three series, while b... More>>
A day nearly five years in the making is nearing, but preparations to build McLane stadium doesn't just involve Baylor fans. More>>
Fans at Baylor's new campus football stadium will be able to get instant replays and stats right at their seats. More>>
As Baylor University transitions from 64-year-old Floyd Casey Stadium to the state-of-the-art 45,140-seat McLane Stadium on the Brazos River in 2014, there are several new policies and procedures being implemented.
The new on-campus Baylor Stadium is being built on a 93-acre site on Interstate 35, one of the nation's busiest highways, traversed by more than 42 million drivers annually. The stadium will hold 45,000 spectators, with the flexibility to expand to 55,000 in the future. It also will feature a bridge crossing the Brazos River and connecting the stadium to the campus, canopy shading for half of all seats throughout the day, open concourses with views directly into the stadium, suites, loge boxes, indoor and outdoor club seating, designated seating for Baylor students and the Baylor band, and an event center and Stadium Club for year-round use. The new Baylor Stadium is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2014.
2014 Baylor Bears Football
|9/06||Northestern St.||6:30 p.m.|
|9/12||@ Buffalo||7 p.m.|
|9/27||@ Iowa St.||TBD|
|10/18||@ West Virginia||TBD|