Three Baylor staffers again chosen to work Super Bowl as ‘Wi-Fi Coaches’
When the Patriots and Falcons kick off Super Bowl LI on Sunday, Atlanta kicker Matt Bryant, BSED ’98, won’t be the only Baylor Bear in action at the game. Just as it did two years ago, Baylor ITS is sending a trio of staff members (all BU alumni) to help fans at this weekend’s Super Bowl in Houston.
Baylor ITS staffers Micah Lamb (BBA ’02), Andrew Stripling (BBA ’00) and Scott Day (BS ’90, MS ’92) will again work with Extreme Networks, the company that installed the state-of-the-art Wi-Fi networks at McLane Stadium and the Ferrell Center and that is the official Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi analytics provider for Super Bowl LI.
Extreme Networks selected 20 all-star Wi-Fi coaches from current Wi-Fi coach teams around the country, including Lamb, Stripling and Day from Baylor. The coaches will be at NRG Stadium Sunday, assisting thousands of fans in connecting to the in-stadium Wi-Fi network and utilizing the official in-stadium app.
Sic ’em, Baylor ITS!