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Where’s Waldo: Baylor Halloween Edition

Photos by Olivia Bragg and Andi Risk

It’s not often that you find Waldo and Nemo in the same place. Or Brooklyn and Bailey separated. Or find the secret service standing stoically in the student section.

But for Baylor’s game against West Virginia, it wasn’t hard to find lots of things – including clever costumes and a 17-14 win.

Thousands of fans stood in 30-degree weather on Halloween to cheer on the Bears. This photo story captures some characters – spooky and sweet – from Baylor’s (still) undefeated football season.


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