Sunday, October 29, 2006

For Whom the Bell Tolls: BearMeat Salutes Our General

Well, it's official. Shawn Bell tore his ACL and is out for the season. He had the best winning percentage of all Baylor QB's since the inception of the Big12. He holds most all Baylor passing records. He gave us some spectacular moments and cherished memories. No fan of the B will ever forget the '04 A&M game, nor last season's thrills, nor this season's record-shattering performances. Our Heisman hopes are now permanently dashed, but our world remains enhanced.

Shawn Bell, the Caesar of China Spring, has laced up for the Bears for the last time. His final performance at the Case was a noble one. Thank you, Shawn, for all you have done for Baylor football. You brought the fight back to the Fightin' Bears.

Good luck. God bless. Sic 'Em.

[Goodbye, Bowl appearance. Maybe next year. The Curse of the B continues. Bell is injured during a heart-breaking loss to our oldest rivals. Coincidence? I think not. The Curse lives.]

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  • I appreciate the link, my condolences for the loss of Bell.

    who do you think will start for yall on saturday? I'd like to see that WR that launched it to Ziegler on that flea flicker in the 4th Qtr play some QB, what an arm.

    By Blogger Brad, at 6:55 PM  

  • That was Zeigler. It was Shelton, his buddy, who dropped the pass. I think he was a QB in high school.

    It'll most likely by Symanski (sp?), who has little experience. Last year's backup, Parks, was thrown of the team this year for stealing.

    Sorrows of Job,


    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 7:16 PM  

  • Szymanski is the man, Lovvorn is the backup, I think. Lovvorn is a great story-- hard work rewarded-- and I hope he gets in the game at some point.

    And I tossed you the link.

    By Blogger Mark Osler, at 6:05 AM  

  • Thanks, professor. Let's hope those two can carry on in the absence of Bell. We've got some great receivers. All we need now is a miracle or three.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 6:56 AM  

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