#7/7 KANSAS 92, #3/3 BAYLOR 74
ALLEN FIELDHOUSE LAWRENCE, KAN.
JAN. 16, 2012 ATTENDANCE: 16,300
Monday was the first Top 10 matchup in program history. Baylor is 17-2 all-time when ranked in the Top 10.
Prior to tonight's game, Baylor moved up one spot to No. 3 in both the AP and USA TODAY/ESPN Top 25 polls - the highest ranking in program history.
Baylor has been ranked in the Top 10 for a school-record 9 consecutive weeks.
Baylor is 1-5 all-time on ESPN Big Monday.
Baylor is 28-141 all-time against Top 25 teams, including an 11-47 mark in the Scott Drew era. Baylor is 7-62 all-time against Top 10 opponents and has lost six straight.
Tonight's loss snaps Baylor's program-best 17-game winning streak, its first loss since March 9, 2011, against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship.
Baylor is 51-16 -- 50-15 in the Scott Drew era -- when ranked in the Associated Press Top 25, 44-11 when ranked in the USA TODAY/ESPN Coaches Top 25 and 42-10 all-time when ranked simultaneously in both polls.
Since the start of the 2007-08 season, Baylor is 108-48 and has made three postseason appearances (2008 NCAA, 2009 NIT, 2010 NCAA) and posted three 20-win seasons (135 wins in first 11 seasons of Big 12 era).
Kansas leads the all-time series 17-2 and is 10-0 at home against Baylor.
Baylor is 7-1 away from home this season and 4-1 in true road games.
In the last five seasons under ninth-year head coach Scott Drew, Baylor has won 22 true road and 20 neutral-site games -- a combined 42-35 record away from home. In Baylor's first 11 seasons in the Big 12, the Bears won a combined 28 games away.
Scott Drew is 1-9 all-time vs. Kansas.
Baylor extended its 3-pointer streak to 637 games (second-longest active streak in Big 12) - dating to Feb. 21, 1990.
Baylor trailed at the half for only the third time this season - all three true road games.
Kansas' 92 points are the most Baylor's allowed since a 95-76 loss at No. 5 Oklahoma on Jan. 24, 2009.
Kansas is only the second Baylor opponent this season to shoot 50% or better (Kansas State), shooting 57.4% - the highest by a Baylor opponent this season.
Junior G A.J. Walton made his 48th consecutive start at point guard.
Sophomore G Brady Heslip has made at least one 3FG in 17 of 18 games this season.
With 14 points tonight, senior F Quincy Acy passed Larry Gatewood for 17th on the school's career scoring list.
Acy posted his 38th career game with 2+ blocks (Baylor is 29-9 in such contests).
Acy reached the double-figure scoring mark for the 14th time this season and the 60th time of his career.
Jackson scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game and the 12th time this season
Jones III scored in double figures for the eighth time this season and 34th of his career.
Jackson posted his second career double-double, finishing with 11 points and 11 assists.
Jackson tied career high with 11 assists.
Jackson has 7+ assists in each of his last four games and seven this season.