Feb. 9, 2011
BAYLOR 74, NEBRASKA 70
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
FEB. 9, 2011 ATTENDANCE: 6,058
SERIES: Baylor won its third straight game against Nebraska but trails in the all-time series 10-12. Baylor leads 5-4 in games played in Waco, the series is tied 9-9 in the Big 12 era and Baylor leads 5-4 in the Scott Drew era.
Baylor is now 31-27 in the Big 12 in the last three-plus seasons (Baylor was 27-85 from 2001-07).
Baylor's record is now 89-41 since the start of the 2007-08 season.
Since the start of the 2007-08 season, Baylor is 69-11 when leading at halftime (20-30 when trailing).
Baylor won its seventh straight home game in the month of February, dating back to the 2008-09 season.
Baylor is 18-29 in 47 regular-season Big 12 games against the Big 12 North and 24-49 against the Big 12 South in the Drew era. In the seven previous Big 12 seasons prior to Drew's arrival, the Bears were 15-27 against the North.
Baylor outrebounded Nebraska 29-27; the Bears are now 16-2 on the season when outrebounding opponents.
Baylor is now 15-1 this season when leading at halftime and 10-0 when shooting 50% or better from the field.
Baylor is 3-4 this season when allowing 70 or more points.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 611 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 (Texas).
LaceDarius Dunn has made a 3-point field goal in a school-record 37 consecutive games (119 of 126 career games).
Dunn extended his school record to 31 career Big 12 wins. Dunn pushed his school-record career wins total to 85.
Dunn is now alone in 17th on the NCAA career list with 373 career 3-point field goals. He's two behind Akron's Mark Alberts (375) for 16th place.
Dunn moved into second place in program history in career field goals made (677), passing Brian Skinner (673).
Perry Jones III has scored in double figures in 20 of 23 games this season, including 11 straight.
Dunn has scored in double figures in 27 straight games and 107 of 126 in his career.
Dunn had the 44th 20-point game of his career, second-most all-time at Baylor.
Acy scored in double figures for the 17th time this season and 40th time in his career. Baylor is 32-8 in those games.
Acy is now tied with Alex Holcombe for sixth in school history with 98 career blocked shots.
Acy had a season-high four steals.
Anthony Jones started his 58th consecutive game.