BLF Gameday Tailgates

We hope you’ll make the Baylor Line Foundation part of your Baylor Football gameday experience by joining us each home game for our gameday tailgates. Starting two and a half hours prior to kickoff, we’ll have food, drinks, and fun times at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame (1108 S University Parks Dr.). These tailgates, which are free and open to BLF members and up to four family members (or friends)*, are made possible through the generous support of our …

Bryan FonvilleTailgate with the Baylor Line Foundation
Trust the Process - A Q&A with Baylor Head Football Coach Matt Rhule

When Matt Rhule arrived in Waco last December as Baylor’s new head football coach, the program was, to put it charitably, under siege thanks to a sexual-assault scandal. Rhule rolled up his sleeves and got to work, focusing on offering players some much-needed stability and on offering members of the Baylor Family hope for the future. Rhule grew up in New York City. His family moved to State College, Pennsylvania and he attended Penn State University, where he was a …

Bryan FonvilleTrust the Process: A Q&A with Baylor Football Coach Matt Rhule

The Baylor Alumni Association (BAA) will host a pregame Homecoming reception at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday for all alumni. The reception will be held under the BAA tent located at the corner of Dutton Avenue and Thirtieth Street, behind the George’s Restaurant tailgate area adjacent to Floyd Casey Stadium. In lieu of the traditional Friday afternoon meeting and open house, the pregame reception will be an opportunity for alumni to meet and talk with BAA board members about next steps …

Baylor Line FoundationBAA Pregame Homecoming Reception on Saturday

By Catherine West Senior Stefan Huber from Nederland has had a Baylor experience most high-school students only imagine. Not only is this health science studies major filling out medical school applications, but he is also preparing for the 2012 football season. Number 54 on the field, Huber plays center for the Baylor Bears. For the past four years, Huber has juggled the heavy demands that come along with being a student-athlete. With a tough course load and a demanding practice …

Baylor Line FoundationStefan Huber, A True Student-Athlete

Congratulations and Best Wishes to Coach Art Briles and the Baylor Bears! Few things are more powerful than a family hug and best wishes during the Christmas season. And it’s in that spirit that the Baylor Alumni Association would like to congratulate the Baylor football team on a landmark 2011 season! “We want to wish Coach Art Briles and the entire team the very best in the upcoming Alamo Bowl on December 29 against the University of Washington and to …

Baylor Line FoundationCongratulations Baylor Bears!

By Michael Martinez An age-old tradition is finally seeing a revival on Baylor campus and at Floyd Casey Stadium. Perched on the tops of numerous freshman heads are the infamous slime caps, a tradition that was once thought to be extinct—only five caps were sold in 1995. The slime cap tradition began at Baylor in 1917 as a means of distinguishing freshmen from upperclassmen. Emblazoned with the freshman’s anticipated graduation year, the hats were only worn by men until the …

Baylor Line FoundationGetting Slimed: The Return of the Slime Caps