Football’s annual green and gold match is scheduled for April 23
The annual scrum to wrap up spring training will take place at McLane Stadium
The game concludes Baylor’s 15-training spring schedule in preparation for the 2022 season, which is due to start in mid-March. Outside of spring training, Baylor will hold its Pro Day on Wednesday, March 30, when former players will have the chance to show off their skills to NFL scouts. With spring training and Pro Day closed to the public, the Green & Gold Game will be the best opportunity for fans to catch a glimpse of the Bears before fall training begins in August.
BU is coming off the most successful season in program history, winning a third Big 12 championship and winning the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The win over Ole Miss was Baylor’s first New Year’s Bowl victory since beating Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl in 1957 and gave the Bears a school-record five wins over ranked opponents.
The 2022 season will begin on September 3 at McLane Stadium against an opponent to be announced. BU will also host Texas State (September 17), Oklahoma State (October 1), Kansas (October 22), Kansas State (November 12) and TCU (November 19). The Bears have road games at BYU (Sept. 10), Iowa State (Sept. 24), West Virginia (Oct. 13), Texas Tech (Oct. 29), Oklahoma (Nov. 5) and Texas (Nov. 26).
2022 season passes are now available from the Baylor Bear Foundation. For questions regarding subscriptions, please contact Matthew Douglas, Director of Ticket Sales and Annual Giving, at 254-710-6443 or by email at [email protected]
Baylor Bear Foundation members who would like to increase their donation level or join the premium seating waiting list can contact Sam Hancock, Associate Director of Resource Development, at 254-710-3652 or by email at [email protected] baylor.edu.
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2022 BAYLOR FOOTBALL CALENDAR
September 3 – vs. TBD (McLane Stadium)
September 10 – at BYU (Provo, Utah)
September 17 – vs. Texas State (McLane Stadium)
September 24 – in the State of Iowa (Ames, Iowa)
Oct. 1 – vs. Oklahoma State (McLane Stadium)
October 13 – in West Virginia (Morgantown, W.Va.)
October 22 – vs. Kansas (McLane Stadium)
October 29 – at Texas Tech (Lubbock, Texas)
November 5 – in Oklahoma (Norman, Okla.)
November 12 – vs. Kansas State (McLane Stadium)
November 19 – vs. TCU (McLane Stadium)
November 26 – in Texas (Austin, Texas)