It looks like Baylor’s football practice had some familiar faces today.
According to a tweet from David Wetzel, Grant Teaff, Bill Lane, Robert James, and Wade Turner were on campus for today’s practice.
— David Wetzel (@coachdwetzel) April 10, 2018
Grant Teaff is arguably the most famous of the bunch. He resurrected Baylor football in the 1970s, and is regarded as one of college football’s legendary coaches.
Turner, James, and Lane were all assistant coaches at one point under Teaff.
Teaff is widely remembered for the 1974 season, in which he beat Texas in a game dubbed, “The Miracle on the Brazos.”
Matt Rhule, Baylor’s current head coach, hasn’t brought Baylor back just yet. In his first year, Rhule went 1-11, but the Bears improved a ton towards the end of the season. If Baylor can stay injury-free in 2018, Rhule should at least have Baylor back in a bowl game.