The Report

The Report

As we enter our sixth fall on the airwaves, there's never been a more exciting time to tune-in!

For the past 6 Baylor football seasons, the men from the Report have brought you unparalleled information every Saturday morning to get you ready for the games. As the Baylor Bears enter the 2013 campaign, the regulars are back to break down the action.

Join Chris Bullajian and Steve Brischke this week as they visit with Heath Nielsen, an Associate Athletic Director for Baylor Athletics primarily in charge of Baylor football communications. As many Baylor fans will recall, Nielsen and his team have received multiple accolades for the Robert Griffin III Heisman campaign. In addition to Heisman talk, Chris and Steve will visit with Nielsen about the plans to close down Floyd Casey Stadium in style.

Chris and Steve will also be breaking down Baylor's schedule one final time, and giving their final official predictions. You won't want to miss this informative show that will have you ready for kickoff next week!

**Listen by tuning in to 1660 am from 8 to 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. Or check us out via podcast through I-Tunes or the ESPN Central Texas website. Recommended Stories

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