New Baylor commercial debuts during victory over SMU
Well that’s a nice way to start the week — first the 59-24 win over SMU in the Baylor football season opener, followed by a day off for Labor Day!
Speaking of the game… Did you catch the new Baylor commercial during the broadcast?
I heard a few questions from viewers wondering about some of the scenes, asking who those people were or where the scenes were shot. Click through for a quick rundown after break.
The commercial’s script, of course, comes from Robert Griffin III’s now-famous Heisman Trophy acceptance speech, beginning with RG3 himself and then transitioning into some Baylor students, faculty and alumni.
[0:08] Current students pulled together from a wide variety of majors studying together in Armstrong Browning Library
[0:10] The 2012 National Mock Trial Competition national champions and runners up, all four now Baylor Law School alumni, in front of Practice Court “judge” Gerald Powell, JD ’77
[0:12] Miss Texas 2012 Danae Couch, a 2010 Baylor graduate now in law school, stands in front of the Immortal 10 memorial.
[0:14] Richelle Carey, BA ’95, is the weekday afternoon anchor on CNN sister station HLN.
[0:16] Longtime Baylor ambassador Tommye Lou Davis, BA ’66, MS ’68, is flanked by legendary Baylor professors Dr. Robert Packard and Dr. Bob Patterson, BA ’52, MA ’57.
[0:18] Members of the Baylor Religious Hour Choir and other students studying in the Carlile Atrium of the Baylor Sciences Building
[0:20] Dr. Dawn Carlson, BBA ’89, MBA ’91, Hankamer School of Business professor, seen in the business school’s Southwest Securities Financial Markets Center
[0:22] Dr. Touradj Solouki, a chemistry professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been working on identifying biomarkers for early detection of cancer.
[0:23] National coach of the year Kim Mulkey surrounded by recent Baylor trophies, from the national championship to the Heisman
[0:24] President Ken Starr concludes the piece.
This commercial will continue to run during Baylor football and basketball games this year.
Sic ’em, Bears!