The 2023 Baylor Football Schedule

2023 Baylor Football
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After what felt like an eternity of waiting, the Big 12 Conference finally released the 2023 Baylor Football schedule earlier this week! The Bears alternate playing their conference opponents at home and away every other year, but this year’s 2023 Baylor schedule is an absolute gem for green and gold fans. Unlike last year where Baylor spent six of their challenges at home and seven at their challengers’ schools, the 2023 listing has the Bears playing a record eight home games from September through November! According to Baylor Athletics’ Jerry Hill (papa), “The eight home games is the most in program history, and the four straight to open the year at home marks the most consecutive home games to start a season since the 2013 Big 12 Championship season.” The 2023 Baylor Football schedule not only provides the Bears with many a home-field advantage, but it also has them facing the new Big 12 opponents aside from BYU—UCF, Cincinnati, and Houston with the first two away from Waco and the third at McLane Stadium. The Bears also apparently played their final conference matchup against Oklahoma last November 5 where Baylor won 38-35 over Brent Venables’ squad. There’s lots to love about this 2023 Baylor Football schedule with the best part being my parents and I will definitely find ourselves in McLane Stadium for one of the matchups (TBA soon)! I’m more than ready for football season to begin!

  • Saturday, Sept. 2 — Texas State — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Sept. 9 — Utah — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Sept. 16 — Long Island — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Sept. 23 — Texas — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Sept. 30 — at UCF — Orlando, Fla.
  • Saturday, Oct. 7 — Texas Tech — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Oct. 21 — at Cincinnati — Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Saturday, Oct. 28 — Iowa State — McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Nov. 4 — Houston, McLane Stadium
  • Saturday, Nov. 11 — at Kansas State — Manhattan, Kan.
  • Saturday, Nov. 18 — at TCU — Fort Worth, Texas
  • Saturday, Nov. 25 — West Virginia — McLane Stadium