Originally posted on College Spun  |  Last updated 10/30/13
The hype surrounding Baylor football is reaching new highs this year as the Bears remain undefeated and in national title contention. In fact, demand to watch them play has led to Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw to remove the tarp that normally remains draped over the endzone seats at Floyd Casey Stadium for the home game against Oklahoma on November 7th. The South End Zone tarp will be pulled for the Baylor-OU game on November 7th! — David Smoak (@DavidSmoak) October 30, 2013 The tarp has been popped! Let’s fill the Case! #everyoneinblack — Ian_McCaw (@bu_ad1) October 30, 2013 The fact that the tarp is being removed for the big game is a great sign for Baylor, which expects that the game will be sold out that night. There is also a belief that the tarp will stay removed for the home game against Texas on December 7th, according to ESPN’s Max Olson: So the Iowa State game was the last hurrah for the Baylor tarp. In memoriam: pic.twitter.com/i5OBO0PZNT — Max Olson (@max_olson) October 30, 2013 The matchup with Texas will also be the final home game played at Floyd Casey Stadium, as the Bears are moving into Baylor Stadium in 2014. 
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