They stand through the entire game. Their faces are painted in various combinations of green, white, and yellow. They are also reported to figure out a way to have B-A-Y-L-O-R spelled out across the five chests.
The Baylor true freshmen are redshirting this year, and have figured out a way to become very involved and prominent fans before becoming players in a move of true team spirit that has never looked so good at a time when Baylor needs it the most. No one can predict if this sort of thing will one day lead to a championship, but if that's not the kind of things foundations for championships are built upon, I doubt anything is.
Fans who got an early look at the photo had some interesting comments:
"Great Picture! If the fans behind them do not like it, I guess they could just stand up too. I still remember sitting as a guest several years ago in the penthouse under the pressbox and getting yelled at because I was cheering for the Bears. Incredible. "
"These guys are directly in front of my seats in Sect-EE. Of course I am high enough where they don't block my view. They first did this at the SMU game and caught my attention. That week they had their numbers as well as their names. I would like to know whose idea it was. Anyway, it's a great idea! I've mentioned to others how much they resemble me. Wide at the shoulders and narrow at the hips. Yeah, right! Last week a caller on the Butch Henry radio show was asking who they were."
I sure hope the recruits that are visiting each week notice these guys and talk to them. Guys,thes players are the salesmen that sell the program from the ground up. Greatttttttttttttttttttttttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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