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The BAA Homecoming Tailgate was so great, we’re going to do it again — before the Kansas State game on Dec. 6!

You never know who you'll see at a BAA Tailgate!
You never know who you’ll see at a BAA Tailgate!

250+ alumni and family members had so much fun at the Baylor Alumni Association (BAA) Homecoming Tailgate that we’ve decided to do it again — just before the final home game of the season against Kansas State, in a battle that could determine whether the Bears go to the College Football Playoff.

Once again, the BAA is partnering with the Texas Sports Hall of Fame & Museum to host the tailgate inside the museum, just a short walk to McLane Stadium.  The tailgate will start at 3 pm, well in advance of the 6:45 pm kickoff. Advance tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.  Tickets at the door are $15 for adults and $10 for children.

Saturday, December 6
BAA Final Home Game Tailgate 
3:00 PM
Texas Sports Hall of Fame & Museum
1108 S. University Parks Drive
Waco, TX  76706

Tickets include:

  • Downtown parking and shuttle service to and from the museum (available to the first 200 registered)
  • Admission into the museum
  • Barbeque lunch served by Uncle Dan’s
  • Meet Baylor football legend Cotton Davidson
  • Live music outdoors – Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe
  • Televisions

Downtown parking lot is located at Indian Spring Middle School, 500 N. University Parks Drive, Waco, TX 76701. Click here for a parking lot map and directions. The shuttle will begin running four hours before kickoff at 15 minute intervals and will run up to 2 hours after the game.

Space is limited. Please register by Thursday, December 4th.We hope to see you there!



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