Uhh... ok. Slow news day in Waco, maybe?
“I don’t (have a name for it),” Wendzel said, chuckling. “I just rock it the way it is. I just like it.”
On Tuesday night, the Baylor third baseman from San Clemente, Calif. – who sometimes resembles Thor with his golden, flowing locks – used his mighty hammer to club a game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth in a 2-1 win over Stephen F. Austin. Could that dramatic finish, which snapped the Bears’ three-game skid in midweek contests, coupled with the team’s first Big 12 series win over Texas last weekend, mean that the momentum is building in the right direction for Baylor?
The Frogs have already wrapped up the Big 12 title, but are looking to finish an undefeated conference schedule.
With a conference record of 2–2, the Longhorns are looking to end their regular season with a standout win against the last undefeated team in Big 12 conference play (4–0).
“Beating TCU would be huge,” Goldhoff said. “Every win in the Big 12 is crucial for the standings, and there’s still a chance for us to share a title if we win, so there’s always something to play hard for. Every match matters.”
The Frogs continue to look to add to what is shaping up to be a stacked 2018 group.
The 6-foot-3, 218-pound defender is regarded as one of the Peach state's top defensive end prospects. Geathers is rated as the No. 40 WDE in the nation and No. 79 prospect from Georgia for the 2018 class.
Geathers now holds 22 offers; in addition to TCU Geathers also holds offers from Minnesota, Rutgers, N.C. State, Syracuse and Kansas State among others.