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September 3rd, 2019 by Cameron

Baylor Football Home Game Schedule for September

September 7th Baylor vs UTSA at McLane Stadium

September 28th Baylor vs Iowa State at McLane Stadium

Baylor kicks off their 2019 football schedule on Saturday, Aug. 31 at home in Waco against the Stephen F. Austin Jacks. Other non-conference games on the schedule for Baylor in 2019 include a home contest against UTSA on September 7th and a trip to face Rice on the September 21st.

Big 12 opponents on the 2019 Baylor football schedule include Iowa State, Texas Tech, West Virginia (Thursday night game), Oklahoma, and Texas at home and Kansas State, Oklahoma State, TCU, and Kansas on the road.

Phil Steele ranks Baylor’s 2019 football schedule as the 62nd toughest schedule in the country. Baylor’s opponents in 2019 have a combined record of 72-78 (48.0%) based on last season’s results. Mark the 7th and the 28th on your calendar, so you can be there to support our Baylor Bears.

Lady Bears Volleyball Home Game Schedule September 2019

September 12th 7:00 PM Baylor vs University of Houston

September 14th 1:00 PM Baylor vs Tennessee

September 20th 6:00 PM Baylor vs Missouri

September 22nd 2:00 PM Baylor vs Hawaii

September 24nd 6:00 PM Baylor vs Texas State

Fourth-year head coach, Ryan McGuyre, comments on the upcoming fall 2019 schedule, “This is a rigorous schedule full of strong and experienced opponents. There are no breaks or easy matches. It gives us the opportunity to compete and compete often. 2019 is about being great in December and finishing strong. This schedule gives us the opportunity to have a good seed, a strong RPI and grow in adversity along the way. This year is not about big wins or losses, but it’s about sharpening and strengthening our team. It will be a joyful journey start to finish.”

Featuring 12 home matches and a combined 12 matches against 10 NCAA and NIVC teams from the 2018 postseason, the Bears will look to continue building on a successful campaign in hopes of securing the program’s fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament bid.

Cheer on our Lady Bears and bring your enthusiasm! The girls need energy from their fans to crush this schedule’s elite competition.

– Mason McLain | University Edge Community Assistan

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