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2013: A look ahead

As we look back on 2012, what does 2013 hold for Baylor during one of it's greatest athletic runs in 168 years of being a University.

Seatrunk makes a run at Heisman?

Here are some predictions for 2013.

Football

Art Briles and staff will sign a top 20 and possibly top 15 class.

Then the staff will groom another quarterback to lead one of the nation's top offenses.

Lache Seastrunk and Glasco Martin will combine for over 2500 yards and 25 touchdowns, giving Seastrunk a chance for Baylor's second Heisman.

Tevin Reese will break 1000 yards receiving.

Antwan Goodley will break out with 400 yards rushing and 600 receiving.

Jay Lee will replace Lanear Sampson with great blocking and speed outside to stretch the defenses.

Drew goes dancing, again

Robbie Rhodes and Corey Coleman will break out and earn freshmen All-American status.

Chris McAllister will continue where he left off in the Holiday Bowl with his speed rushing ability.

Javonte Magee, Jamal Palmer, and Shawn Oakman will add even more depth to the defensive line allowing more packages from Coach Phil Bennett.

Eddie Lackey and Bryce Hager will continue to lead the team in tackles with talented underclassmen pushing them.

The team will send Floyd Casey out in style with a final win over Texas en route to another bowl game.

Men's Basketball

Scott Drew and staff will get the team back to the NCAA tournament and make another run to the Sweet 16.

Isaiah Austin will be Freshman of the Year. He will then declare to the NBA.

Mulkey works her magic, again

Brady Heslip will regain his three point shooting after getting healthy from his surgery.

Pierre Jackson will get drafted and become a fan favorite with his athleticism.

Women's Basketball

Kim Mulkey cuts down the nets in NOLA.

Brittney Griner is named Player of the Year, again.

Odyssey Simms finally gets the recognition she deserves for being the best PG in the game.

Alexis Prince wins a game with her three point shooting when a team tries to pack in the zone on Griner. Griner repays that team with a dunk.

Baseball

Steve Smith remains a model of consistency

Steve Smith takes his team back to the NCAA Regionals.

Nathan Orf leads the nation in hit by pitch.

Jake Miller has a great year at shortstop and earns 1st Team Big 12.

Freshman Sterling Wynn works his way into the weekend rotation.

Happy New Year!

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