Baylor and Texas Tech will tee it up at AT&T Stadium, one final time on Saturday, before the series shifts back to campus for at least the next couple years.
The Bears have enjoyed a lot of success at Jerry World winning five of the eight match-ups under the big top, hoping to end this chapter of the rivalry with a win on Saturday.
“I think it’s fun to have a neutral site game and have something different,” Head Coach Matt Rhule Said. “I’m sure our players enjoy playing in the Cowboys stadium. Anything to celebrate college football and bring some extra to it is fun. You guys know I am a traditionalist. I think it is fun to go and play there. Of course, last year I wish we would have played much better and hopefully we can end out this series with a win”.
A win, by Baylor, on Saturday would even the all-time series between these two schools at 38-38-1.