I love Baylor University. I was an undergraduate student from 2003-2007. While I was at Baylor I majored in Spanish, traveled all over Europe, and became bilingual (in Spanish). My youngest sister is now a Senior at Baylor and well I just love the university. Here is a photo of some of my roommates my senior year.
They might hate me a little bit after posting this, but they'll forgive me.
One sad thing about the time I attended Baylor was that the football team wasn't doing so hot. I went to games and always left at half time. It wasn't worth it emotionally to stay. We were going to loose; it almost became a fact. But then this year the tide somehow began to turn. We won our first two games! Although they were non-conference games, we won. Then we played TCU, it was sad but expected. But then, with a non-conference game in there, we won 2 conference games. 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The stage was set, we were doing well. The Texas Tech loss occurred much to the delight of about 75% of my extended family and it again wasn't looking so hot. UNTIL LAST NIGHT.
Last night was amazing. It was Baylor homecoming. It was cold. It rained extremely hard. It lasted 6 hours. We won! We beat #22 Kansas St. for another conference win. However this win was a mile stone for the school. Today it was announced that the Baylor University football team has entered the AP top 25 at #25. It also means that we are bowl eligible. If there's a bowl game, I want to go! I am thrilled beyond thrilled. I also understand this could be short lived, but I nevertheless am thrilled. I still live in America, and I got to witness last night's win.
My evening was wonderful. I love Baylor. I will miss Baylor, but I am thankful I was able to live in Waco, TX yesterday. Thank you mom and dad for letting me be a Baylor student.