Baylor Bears Norman Tickets
Get ready for exciting football action as the city of Norman plays host to Baylor Bears at the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Home to Oklahoma Sooners, the Bears from Baylor University are ready to defend their Big 12 title against their conference rivals. In 2013, the Bears clinched their first conference title since the 80s and competed in their first major bowl game in 33 years. With their quarterback Bryce Petty in top form, the team is very confident about its performance. During the spring workouts Petty was voted 2013’s Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. So grab your Baylor Bears Norman tickets right away.
Get ready for an action packed football game between Baylor Bears and Oklahoma Sooners in the ‘City of Festivals,’ Norman. Home to the University of Oklahoma, the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium is expected to be jam-packed with football enthusiasts who want to watch the two conference rivals battle it out for the Big 12 supremacy. The defending champions from Baylor University will look to carry on the winning momentum to bag their second consecutive conference title.
Into his seventh year as head coach, Art Briles has brought about a new era of football to the Baylor University’s respected program. From 2010 onwards, the Bears have shown great consistency in their performance, with some crucial wins over the most dominant sides in the NCAA. In 2013, the Bears probably had their best regular season in their 115 years history. The team’s 9-0 start led the Baylor University to reach number three on the AP Poll rankings. Despite an away loss to Oklahoma State Cowboys towards the end of the season, the Bears clinched the Big 12 title in a de facto championship game against Texas Longhorns, at the Floyd Casey Stadium.
The Bears defeated the home side emphatically 30-10 to claim their eleventh school record win and capture their first conference title since 1980. Fans expect to see bigger things from the Bears this season. So grab your Baylor Bears Norman tickets to catch the action live from the stands.