June 29th 2016,
Please re-direct to this page to continue to follow the Blake and Sean Diaries.
Blake has resumed training back home in Sydney with his brother Sean, Sean will return to Baylor for 2nd summer session next week.
June 23rd 2016,
The 49ers Rookies took a tour of Facebook headquarters. Footage of the tour can be seen in this link to the 49ers website.
June 18th 2016,
Check out the gallery of 49ers rookie players taking in the sights on San Francisco before breaking for summer.
@49ers Rookie Class taking a ride on RocketBoat, the fastest thrill ride on the Bay. pic.twitter.com/15LsFFRGL6— Blue & Gold Fleet (@BGFleet) June 13, 2016
June 10th 2016,
From a few days ago, Blake at practice with Coach Clements.
June 9th 2016,
The 49ers have one more day of their 3 day mini camp before breaking for summer. Blake will then get a chance to return home.
So highlights of day #2 can be found below, you'll see a few highlights of Blake wearing #69 in it.
June 4th 2016,
Baylor's new Head Coach Jim Grobe has spoken to the media for the first time.
Meanwhile in Santa Clara where the 49ers have their training facility, this is the break down of 1st, 2nd and 3rd team OL on OTA's as reported on Ninersnation.
'OL 1s included Joe Staley, Zane Beadles, Daniel Kilgore, Andrew Tiller and Erik Pears. OL 2s included John Theus, Blake Muir, Marcus Martin, Ian Silberman and Fahn Cooper. OL 3s consisted of Norman Price, Blake Muir, Alex Balducci, Colin Kelly and John Theus.'
The 49ers have 3 days of mandatory mini camp next week before breaking over the summer break for 6 weeks.
June 1st 2016
Baylor has welcomed new Head Coach Jim Grobe to take over for the 2016 season.
Grobe retired from Wake Forest after the 2013 season. From the official announcement from the Baylor Athletics page.....
'2006 Associated Press National Coach of the Year Jim Grobe has been named acting head football coach, effective immediately. Grobe brings to Waco 19 seasons of Football Bowl Subdivision head coaching experience and a well-earned reputation for disciplined play, having enjoyed a record-setting 13-year tenure at Wake Forest (2001-13) and a successful six-year run at Ohio University (1995-2000). '
In additional significant changes to the Baylor Athletics program, Athletic Director Ian McCaw has resigned
McCaw has asked that the University distribute the following statement on his behalf:
“After much reflection and prayer, I have decided that a change in athletics department leadership is in Baylor University’s best interest in order to promote the unity, healing and restoration that must occur in order to move forward. I have always sought to put the University’s needs ahead of my own. My time at Baylor has been an incredible journey filled with some of the most remarkable people I have ever known. I am grateful to Baylor Nation for its support and dedication, and to all who have done so much to advance the athletics program.”