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The Spring Game, Pt. 1; An Overview

DE Khari Long

Baylor Insiders' own Chuck Allen was in attendance at the annual Green and White Game and brings you his comments about what he saw on Saturday. This is part one of a two part descriptioin, part two being a "play-by-play" breakdown of the game. Descriptive and informative, the report will give readers the best description of what occurred, both the good and not so good, and what we might have to look forward to for the upcoming 2003 season. It will be here before we know it.

The fans showed up today in far greater number than for the past several spring games. I'm going to brave a guess that at least 5,000 folks were there on a what was a very pretty day. Some of them were large, strong and swift young men, too. There were made up of both '03 signees and even more who are being recruited for the '04 class. I'd say at least fifty to sixty such fellows were... Recommended Stories

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