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Baylor Bears (variously Baylor or BU) refers to the sports teams of Baylor University. Baylor's men's sports teams are named the Bears, and some women's teams are named the Lady Bears. Student athletes participate in the NCAA's Division I, and Baylor is one of only two private schools in the Big 12 Conference. Prior to joining the Big 12, Baylor was a member of the Southwest Conference from the conference's charter creation in 1914 until its dissolution in 1996. Baylor is a founding member of the Big 12 Conference.
The mascots of Baylor University are two live black bears named Judge Joy and Judge Lady. American Black Bears roamed the majority of Texas in considerable abundance when Baylor was founded in 1845, and bears could still be found throughout many areas of the state until the 1940s.
Baylor's official school colors are Green and Gold. The colors were picked in 1897 after a group of students, returning to campus on a train after an out of town tournament, looked out the window at the wild Texas spring flowers and remarked that the vivid yellow and green colors made a "lovely combination." When the students returned to Waco, the color combination of "green and gold" was recommended and readily adopted by the student body.
During the historic 2011-2012 season, Baylor set an NCAA record for most combined wins in the four major collegiate sports: baseball, men's and women's basketball, and American football.
The Bears compete in the Big 12 Conference are currently playing their 116th year of college football competition during the 2014 season. Over the program's history, the Bears have been to 21 bowl games and won 9 major conference titles. The football program experienced a period of success lasting from 1970s to the mid-1990s during the tenure of head coach Grant Teaff.