GRR: Red River
COVID shutdowns and conference hiatuses are being turned into lemonade around the country, and one noticeable example is at Baylor University.
A recent Red River Conference winner (they took home the title in 2017), the Bears had a bit of a weird partial season this year, and are taking the quiet time to return to prominence.
Baylor University has six new commits on campus now as the Bears look to bolster their depth this year.
Andrew Cayasso is a 6-3, 200 flanker who has represented the Cayman Islands U19s at 7s and 15s, and is being fast-tracked as a possible full international for Cayman. He comes in as a freshman and will be a huge (literally) addition to the back row.
Yes the DIA season was cut short, but we got through most of the regular season for everyone, and so here are the top statistical leaders in every conferece.
We're close to knowing every D1A Conference champion; with this past weekend's results in mind, here's where we stand.
D1A Wrap: Saint Mary's, Cal, Lindenwood, Cal Poly, GCU, Davenport
Oklahoma and Texas A&M clinched spots in the Red River Conference championships game in March after both won games Saturday.
A&M won big over Texas in the FTF / Eleven Sports Game of the Week, but had trouble regardless as sometimes they ran the phases nicely, and sometimes gave Texas the momentum after a poor pass or a miscommunication.