Baylor Honors Fort Hood Police Hero, Military Personnel at Saturday's Football Game
- Mark Todd waves to the crowd as he represents all Fort Hood military personnel in accepting a game ball from Baylor athletics director Ian McCaw
- Fort Hood's Mark Todd runs onto the field at Floyd Casey Stadium with the Baylor Bear football team
- Mark Todd greets fans on the sideline of Saturday's Baylor-University of Texas football game
- Senior Sgt. Mark Todd tosses the coin to start Saturday's Baylor-University of Texas game
- A ball autographed by head coach Art Briles was presented to Senior Sgt. Mark Todd of Fort Hood
- Baylor Bear players wear the insignia of Fort Hood to honor military personnel
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Baylor University honored Fort Hood soldiers and their families, as well as Senior Sgt. Mark Todd, the civilian police officer credited as a hero during last week's tragedy at Fort Hood, during the Baylor-Texas football game Saturday at Waco's Floyd Casey Stadium.
Baylor provided 1,000 tickets to Fort Hood for service personnel and their families to attend the game. Soldiers and their families were seated in Section L on the east side of the stadium.
Sgt. Todd ran onto the field with the Baylor Bears and participated in in the coin toss at midfield before the game. Todd also represented all Fort Hood guests when Athletics Director Ian McCaw recognized Fort Hood military and civilian personnel at the game's first timeout.
Baylor players also began wearing a decal featuring the Fort Hood insignia on their helmets. The decal will remain in place for the remainder of the season.
Saturday's game against Texas was nationally televised on FOX Sports Network (FSN).
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