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Video: Baylor shows recruits what it's like to run out of the McLane Stadium tunnel on game day

McLane Stadium, in its second year as Baylor's new home on the Brazos River, has hosted two games already this season still shiny and new, and a huge selling point for recruits.

At home in McLane, Baylor is averaging 68 points in two games against in-state opponents Lamar (FCS - TX) and Rice, while also leading the country in rushing yards per game (yes...Baylor is leading the country in rushing), and explosive plays of 30+ yards.

To show off the new digs to recruits and fans, Baylor put camera on a player to capture the journey from the locker r0om, to the tunnel, and out onto the field for the second home game of the Bears' season. The walk to the tunnel seems pretty long compared to other programs, but it's all worth it once they take the field.

Oregon did the same thing a few months ago, but made the video a 360 degree, interactive experience that turned out awesome.

Also worth noting, Baylor let cameras into the locker room BEFORE the game against Rice (a 70-17 blowout) and it revealed a surprisingly relaxed environment.