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Legacy in the Making: Gameday through an alumnus lens

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Maybe it was meeting his roommate’s ex-girlfriend, who would later be his wife. Or maybe it was his slew of campus jobs – from Penland cafeteria aid to business school teaching assistant. Or maybe it was finally having a kid start and finish at his favorite school.

But Alumnus Todd Bragg (’84) loves Baylor. And me.

Probably not in that order.

For the nail-biting Big 12 opening game against Iowa State, my dad made the 127-mile trek to Waco. For almost seven hours, I saw the alumnus gameday experience through his eyes – and through the lens of my red Canon camera. Which I get to see all over again when he comes back for homecoming. Woohoo!

From Common Grounds coffee to the final field goal, this series captures his experience.

And as a legacy, I guess it captures mine, too.

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