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Baylor-Oklahoma State Postgame Notes

Jan. 17, 2009

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NO. 21 BAYLOR (14-3, 2-1) 98, OKLAHOMA STATE 92 (12-4, 1-1)
JAN. 17, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 8,651


  • Baylor is 10-5 all-time when ranked in the AP Top 25, including 8-2 this season.
  • Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 529 straight games.
  • Baylor is 9-3 in televised games this season and 2-0 on the Big 12 Network.
  • Saturday's attendance of 8,651 is the largest Ferrell Center crowd this season and the largest since March 5, 2008 vs. Texas A&M (10,545).
  • Saturday's game was Baylor's first overtime game this season and the first since March 13, 2008 vs. Colorado in the 2008 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Baylor lost 91-84 in double OT).


  • Baylor held Oklahoma State without a field goal in the final 6:34 of the first half.
  • After starting the game 12-of-19 from the floor (63.2), Oklahoma State went 1-for-12 to close the first half.
  • Oklahoma State's 17-point lead in the first half (37-20) is the largest deficit the Bears have faced this season (Baylor trailed by 16 in the second half at Texas A&M Wednesday).
  • Baylor took its first lead of the game at the 15:14 mark of the second half (50-49).
  • For the first time this season, Baylor had six players score in double figures - Curtis Jerrells, Quincyand Tweety Carter. Acy, LaceDarius Dunn, Kevin Rogers, Henry Dugat.
  • For the eighth time this season, Baylor had five players score in double figures.
  • Baylor outrebounded Oklahoma State 47-38 - the second-most this season (48 vs. Paul Quinn and Providence).
  • Only seven Baylor players played in Saturday's game - six of them played 33 minutes or more.


  • Freshman forward Quincy Acy made his first career start in Saturday's game vs. Oklahoma State.
  • Acy recorded his second career double-double, scoring a career-high 17 points and pulling down career-high 12 rebounds.
  • Curtis Jerrells hit a career-high-tying five 3-point field goals (last hit 5 triples vs. Washington State in 2007).
  • Jerrells scored 26 of his season-high 31 in the second half and overtime periods.
  • Kevin Rogers became the 7th player in school history to record 700 career rebounds, pulling down nine boards. He now has 701 career rebounds.
  • LaceDarius Dunn extended his streak of consecutive games with a made 3-pointer to 22 games, the third-longest streak in Baylor history. He has now made at least one 3-point field goal in 46 of his 48 career games.



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