Lunch with a Legend
Featuring Pat Nunley
Thursday, Nov. 18 | 12-1:30 p.m.
Join Baylor Alumni at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco for the return of our in-person Lunch with a Legend series. John Morris sits down with Pat Nunley who is in his 40th season with Baylor as a Radio Color Analyst.
Doors will open and the food buffet will begin at 11:30 am. We encourage you to plan to attend at 11:30 am and have lunch before the program starts at 12 noon.
Register to join
(Texas state and local sales taxes are included)
- Individual Registration: $15
- Select Table of 8: $200
About our Legend
Baylor Radio Color Analyst
Pat Nunley (BBA ’81, JD ’84) was a four-year starter for Baylor who played in 106 games from 1978 through 1981.
Nunley ranks 7th in program history with .825 career free throw percentage, and held the single-season record for 38 years before Manu Lecomte broke it in 2018.
Nunley ranks 9th in program history with 93 career games started.
He is in his 40th season serving as a color analyst on Baylor Basketball broadcasts.
About our Moderator
Voice of the Bears
Recognized by the National Sports Media Association as the 2019 Texas Co-Sportscaster of the Year, The “Voice of the Bears,” John Morris (Baylor, 1980), enters his 27th season as the signature voice of Baylor Athletics.
This is his 35th season overall including his eight years working with the legendary Frank Fallon. Entering the 2021 season, Morris has broadcast 390 consecutive Baylor Football games. He has also been behind the mic for the National Champion Baylor Men’s Basketball team, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Soccer, Track & Field, Equestrian, Men’s & Women’s Tennis and Acrobatics & Tumbling.
Morris is a native of Danville, Kentucky and is married to the former Terri Melton (Baylor, 1985) and they are the parents of Baylor grads Meagan Beard (Husband Ty), Maddie Wellborn (Husband Art), and M.J. Morris and he grandparents of Truett and Turner Bears and Wesley Wellborn.
Questions? Email us at Baylor_Alumni@baylor.edu.