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Baylor Bears football
Current season Current season
Baylor logo.png BaylorHelmet.png
First season 1899
Athletic director Ian McCaw
Head coach Art Briles
2nd year, 5–8  (.385)
Home stadium Floyd Casey Stadium
Stadium capacity 50,000
Stadium surface Synthetic Turf[1]
Location Waco, Texas
Conference Big 12
Division South
All-time record 525–531–43 (.497)
Postseason bowl record 8–8–0
Claimed national titles 0
Conference titles 7
Heisman winners 0
Consensus All-Americans 10[2]
Current uniform
Colors Green and Gold              
Fight song Old Fite
Mascot Judge and Bruiser
Marching band The Golden Wave Band
Rivals Texas A&M Aggies
Texas Longhorns

The Baylor Bears football team represents Baylor University in Division I FBS college football. The are a member of the Big 12 Conference, south division. The team plays its home games at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco, Texas.


Logos and uniforms

Baylor's 2009 uniform combinations


Baylor University's football team has seen a wide variation in its success through the years, from a 3–0 record in 1900 to a 0–10 record in 1969.



In the first sixteen years of Baylor's football team, played without a team mascot and without a conference, varying results were achieved, from one perfect season to a single-win season. In these early years, Baylor's first homecoming football game played at what some consider the world's first true Homecoming and the team played multiple times at The State Fair of Texas.


Baylor has 5 conference championships.[3] The 1915 championship was forfeited voluntarily after Baylor discovered that a transfer player was ineligible to have played, while no champion was declared in 1916, when Baylor had a better overall record than all other teams but fewer conference wins than Texas.

Year Overall Record Conference Record Coach Conference
1915 7-1-0 3-0-0 Charles Mosley Southwest Conference
1916 9-1-0 3-1-0 Charles Mosley Southwest Conference
1922 8-3-0 5-0-0 Frank Bridges Southwest Conference
1924 7-2-1 4-0-1 Frank Bridges Southwest Conference
1974 8-4-0 6-1-0 Grant Teaff Southwest Conference
1980 10-2-0 8-0-0 Grant Teaff Southwest Conference
1994† 7-5-0 4-3-0 Chuck Reedy Southwest Conference

† Denotes shared title.

Player accomplishments


Thomas Everett, 1986
Daniel Sepulveda, 2004
Daniel Sepulveda, 2006
Don Trull, 1962
Don Trull, 1963
Mike Singletary, 1979
Mike Singletary, 1980

Bears in the NFL

As of 18 August 2009, eight former Baylor players were listed on active NFL rosters:[4]


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