Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sloan's Greatest Legacy: The Gift of Dance

While our crack staff of semi-literate interns is busy churning out our ESPN-commissioned TCU Preview (due out in a day or so), we thought our readers might enjoy a break from the anguish over the cheerleading scandal and the suspense of the 4-QB Circus. Robert Sloan's 1996 Miracle on 5th Street, effectively ending the no-dancing policy that Baylor had enforced for 150 years has led to a culture of hyper-sexualized dance moves on our campus. Thanks, Bobby! We proudly present - Baylor Bears dancing, a video montage:

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  • You guys really should put a disclaimer up, I watched these at work.

    How am I supposed to function properly after that kind of titillating display?

    By Anonymous txhny, at 8:57 AM  

  • I still have my "Miracle on 5th St" t-shirt

    By Anonymous poopsandwich, at 9:29 AM  

  • txhny,

    Sorry about that - but you probably needed a bit of titilation.


    You must be a senior citizen to remember that long ago!

    Also, anyone notice that the dorm was Penland from the room layout? I love how dudes just kept coming in and out and joining in on the fun as if there was nothing odd about a Backstreet Boys dance party. You'd think this was a scene from the new Brooks "college" or something.

    By Blogger Senior Editor Red Andrews, at 10:02 AM  

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