Its been said that part of Baylor and Ken Starr's motivation behind their recent actions is to "preserve the long time, traditional rivalries within the state of Texas". Soooooo, its a really important issue to them to continue playing the remaining schools that are in the state of Texas. Lets research that "storied rivalry" and see how well things have turned out. We'll just go back 15 years for our sample. Just far enough back to the old SWC days mmmmk? Here's the facts. 2-22-1 -- Baylor's record against us in the past 25 years 0-15-0 -- Baylor's record against Texas Tech in last 15 years 2-13-0 -- Baylor's record against Texas in the last 15 years Additionally, in the 15 years since the formation of the Big XII Baylor has: -played UofH zero times -played Rice twice ('07, '10) -played TCU three time (zero between '96-'05) So in the ten years immediately following the collapse of the SWC, Baylor flat refused to play any of its "regional rivals" that are now so important. Does that clear it up? Does anyone else see a pattern there? [uck fay] Waco.