16/15 TCU (13-1, 1-1) 81, RV/RV BAYLOR (10-4, 0-2) 78
Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018
Ferrell Center (Waco, Texas)
BAYLOR POSTGAME NOTES
Baylor and TCU met for the 182nd time -- BU leads 100-82 in the series, including an 54-39 mark in Waco.
Baylor moves to 11-1 against TCU in the Scott Drew era, snapping an 11-game winning streak.
Baylor drops to 0-2 in Big 12 play for only the second time in the last 11 years (started 0-2 in 2014-15).
Baylor is 9-2 in Big 12 home openers since 2008 and 13-9 all-time in Big 12 home openers.
Baylor is 9-6 in Big 12 home openers under Scott Drew.
Baylor is 52-11 against in-state opponents since the start of the 2011-12 season.
Baylor is 137-30 in November and December games in the Drew era, including a 53-7 mark since 2013.
Baylor is 70-18 in December under Drew and has won 28 straight games in December against unranked foes.
Drew is in his 15th season at BU and is Baylor's all-time wins leader (287) -- he is 287-184 at BU and 307-195 overall in 16 seasons as a head coach.
Baylor's 162 wins since 2011-12 are second most in the Big 12 behind only Kansas (190).
Baylor is 253-115 since 2007-08, the first year Drew's staff had a full allotment of scholarships. Baylor is 162-68 over the last seven seasons.
For the first time in 12 meetings in Big 12 play, Baylor didn't limit TCU to 71 or fewer points (81).
The lead changed at least 10 times for the second consecutive game between Baylor and TCU (16 on Jan. 21, 2017).
Baylor is 0-1 in overtime games this season.
Baylor used a 14-0 run during the second half from 15:26 to 11:22 to take a 49-46 lead after trailing 46-35.
Baylor trailed at the half for the fifth time and second-straight time this season, moving to 1-4 when doing so.
Baylor outscored TCU in second-chance points, 24-9.
Baylor started Manu Lecomte, King McClure, Nuni Omot, Jo Lual-Acuil and Tristan Clark, and the unit is 8-3 this season.
Baylor has blocked at least one shot in 81 consecutive games, dating back to Nov. 16, 2015 vs. Oregon.
Baylor has the Big 12's second longest active streak and the 12th longest nationally with at least one three-point field goal made in 849 consecutive games.
Jo Lual-Acuil Jr. (42 minutes) and Manu Lecomte (40 minutes) recorded career highs in minutes.
Lual Acuil Jr. (28 points) scored in double figures for the 10th time this season and 29th time in his career. He scored at least 20 points in one other game this season (31 vs. Savannah State).
Lual-Acuil Jr. (28 points, 11 rebounds) recorded his 7th double-double of the season and 10th of his career.
Terry Maston (season-high 20 points) scored in double digits for the fifth time this season and 23rd time in his career.
Maston (3 assists) posted a career-high 3 assists for the fifth time in his career.
King McClure made a team-leading 26th consecutive start and played in his 29th consecutive game.
Lecomte had a team-leading four assists and his most since Dec. 17, 2017 vs. Savannah State (7).
Lecomte was limited to one made field goal for the first time since making none on Feb. 25, 2017 vs. Iowa State (0-3 FG).
Lindsey tied a career-high with 2 blocks, the 7th time he's had 2 blocks in a game and his second straight contest.
Nuni Omot (1-4 FG) was limited to one made field goal for the first time since Dec. 2, 2017 vs. Wichita State (1-5 FG).