Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Onward Baylor Soldiers: Rufus Burleson Weeps

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Surely it was for my benefit that I suffered such anguish. - Isaiah 38:17

The 2006-2007 Baylor Season is Over. Yes, track and field, baseball and softball are still alive and well, and we will try to cover these sports, but the meat of our coverage was hoops and pigskin. It was a very disappointing year. We here at BearMeat will attempt to soldier on through this post-season fog of disappointment, disgust and despair. It helps to know that Rufus Burleson still stands in the Quad, as he has for over a century, watching over us sinners. His erect posture is our confidence and faith in a better tommorrow.

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Burleson Watches Over Us From Above

Sic 'em Bears.



  • Don't forget about the equestrian team. We're still kicking it equine style here. I dressed my horse, Gorilla Biscuit, up in green and gold sequins in honor of the great Mulk...aka Mulk the BeDazzler.

    Oh lord, who am I kidding. Need more drugs to lessen the pain. Tonight at the Alico...Bear Love?

    By Blogger Pat Neffistopheles, at 12:01 PM  

  • Bear Love it is. For those who have never visited the 13th floor of the ALICO, Bear Love is one part opium, two parts Greco-Roman wrestling, and a dash of uncontrollable sobbing.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 12:28 PM  

  • Your plebian rival,, was discussing an interesting question for once: "Would Baylor fire an openly gay coach?"

    While lurking, I refreshed the page to find out more...and now the website is down. Was it smote?

    p.s. My first sight of Mulk last night smote me with the conviction that she had arrived by barge from ancient Egypt. All that gold did glitter! Call her Pharaoh Mulk!

    By Anonymous Scamp, at 1:26 PM  

  • Scamp!

    Pharaoh Mulk is just what I was thinking. If only she could have tamed the LadyWolfPack like the Pharoahs of old tamed the Nile. Oh well.

    With the arrests made on Baylor campus yesterday (a post is forthcoming) and the homophobia rampant on, we forsee the wrath of God on all the half-wits and bible aggies over at Also, one of our interns hacked their message board implanting rainbows and equals signs all over the place. That immediately earned said intern his long-awaited course credit.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 1:33 PM  

  • hey, there's still men's tennis...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:07 PM  

  • From my mountain outpost where heathen pray to Cougars and Bulldogs, I sought the Oracle of Mountain View for news of the one true basketball team. It was BearMeat that broke the news here, not that place that sells sweatshirts. I already feel more at home reading BearMeat than I would at the annual journalism department barbecue. My homage to you, my brethren and sistern, is at

    By Anonymous Loomisboy, Homeless Son of Sam Brooks, at 10:38 PM  

  • "The Internet has bred defiant communities of lunatics who once huddled in shamed isolation with their unsettling obsessions." (Scott Turow, "Limitations")

    By Anonymous Scamp, at 6:00 AM  

  • Loomis,

    Welcome to the BearMeat Alliance! Its nice to have a fellow traveler on board. Your naming of the canine after Burleson himself proves your fidelity to the BearMeats.


    Your words cut like a knife - a knife of truth. Prior to the information superhighway (Al Gore, Founder), the BearMeat Editorial Board sat around the ALICO, dreaming up extreme sexual scenarios, like "Who would you rather do, Ann Heche or Ann Boleyn?" These sessions became too revealing, so we had a few interns decide to put our weekly newsletter at the time (Circulation: 4) on the world wide web. After that, the rest is history. Poorly-written, drunkards history.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 8:35 AM  

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