Banged-up Baylor: WR Norwood out 3 weeks due to wrist surgery

Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty was in pain every time he threw a pass while playing only the first half of the season opener. Top receiver Antwan Goodley was bothered early by a thigh issue and failed to catch a pass for the first time in 18 games. No wonder coach Art Briles described his offense as "hit and miss." While the 10th-ranked Bears (1-0) were out of sync based on their...
Via Associated Press
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Baylor WR Norwood to have wrist surgery, miss at least three weeks

Baylor senior wide receiver Levi Norwood will have wrist surgery and is expected to miss at least three weeks, according to a Waco Tribune-Herald report. Norwood was injured during the Bears' season opener against Southern Methodist Sunday. He had four receptions for 26 yards during Baylor's 45-0, Week 1 win. Norwood ranked third in receiving yards (733) and touchdowns (8) last...
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September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Baylor WR Levi Norwood To Undergo Surgery On Wrist, Out At Least 3 Weeks

The hits keep coming for the Baylor football team.  The Bears, who started the season with a victory against Southern Methodist, are dealing with a back injury to its starting quarterback, Bryce Petty, and now will be without one of their leading wide receivers in Levi Norwood. The Baylor senior wideout injured his wrist against SMU and injury requires surgery. He’ll be out at...
Via College Spun
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Bears are Fiesta Bowl Bound after 30-10 win over Longhorns

Wac0, TX— After 64 years, the final game was played in Floyd Casey stadium, with the Bears winning in 30-10 over in-state rival Texas Longhorns for the outright Big 12 Championship. “Everybody knew it was there, whether it was outright or a share, we wanted to be Big 12 champs,” said Baylor receiver Levi Norwood. Although kickoff was 24 degrees, fans […]
Via Full Scale Sports
December 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Big-play backups boost for No. 3 Baylor offense

(Eds: Updates.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer The high-powered offense for No. 3 Baylor hasn't missed a beat with some big-play backups. When the top two running backs both got hurt early in the same game, Shock Linwood stepped in and ran for 182 yards. He topped that in his first start last week. The Bears also lost a 100-yard-a-game receiver to injury. Insert Levi Norwood...
Via Associated Press
November 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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