Feb. 10, 2010
Box Score |
24/RV BAYLOR (18-5, 5-4) 55, NEBRASKA (13-11, 1-8) 53
DEVANEY CENTER LINCOLN, NEB.
FEB. 10, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 9,787
With tonight's win, Baylor snapped a four-game road losing streak in the month of February.
With tonight's win, Baylor also snapped a four-game Big 12 North road losing streak.
Wednesday's victory is head coach Scott Drew's 99th win at Baylor, moving him into sole possession of fifth place on the school's career wins list.
Baylor is now 15-9 (14-8 in Drew era) when ranked in either the Associated Press or ESPN/USA Today Coaches Top 25 Polls.
Baylor is 8-45 in its last 53 Big 12 road games, including a 7-14 mark over the previous two-plus seasons.
Baylor is 9-12 all-time vs. Nebraska, including a 8-9 mark in the Big 12-era series.
Drew is 4-4 all-time vs. Nebraska (3-4 in the regular season).
Baylor is 25-7 in its last 32 games, dating back to its historic postseason run at the end of the 2008-09 season.
Baylor is 13-36 in February in the Drew era.
Baylor has won five Big 12 games, matching last season's Big 12 wins total (finished 5-11).
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 574 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas.
Baylor scored a season-low 23 first-half points (previous low was 24 at Arizona State).
Baylor trailed at the half for the sixth time this season (Baylor is 4-2 this season and 22-81 in the Drew era when trailing at the half).
Ekpe Udoh moved into fifth place on the Big 12 single-season blocks list with 97 rejections.
Udoh is now two blocks shy of establishing a new Baylor single-season blocks record.
LaceDarius Dunn moved into eighth place on the Big 12 career 3FGM list with 258 treys.
After going 5-of-5 from the FT line tonight, Dunn is now the current career FT leader at 83.4 percent.
Tweety Carter moved into 11th place on Baylor's career scoring list with 1,266 points, passing Doug Brandt (1,263).
Carter has made a 3-point field goal in 18 consecutive games - the seventh-longest streak in school history.
With his first assist tonight, Carter eclipsed 400 career assists, becoming the fourth player in school history to reach that plateau.
With his first assist tonight, Carter became the second player in school history to amass 1,000 points, 200 3FGM, 400 assists and 100 steals in career, joining former teammate Curtis Jerrells (1820 pts/217 3FGM/487 ast/159 stl).
Carter is tied with Kevin Rogers (2005-09) and Matt Sayman (2000-04) for second on Baylor's career list with 118 games played. He trails record-holder and former teammate Curtis Jerrells (2005-09) by one (119).
Lomers is tied with Jamie Kendrick (1997-2000) for sixth on Baylor's career list with 116 games played.
Carter is now the Baylor career leader with 23 Big 12 victories.
Udoh has recorded at least one block in 27 consecutive games, including the last four contests of the 2007-08 season at Michigan.
Udoh has 2+ blocks in 21 games this season and three or more blocks in 42 career games.
Udoh has seven games with 6+ blocks this season.
Udoh has 18 multi-assist games this season.
Udoh and sophomore G/F Anthony Jones made their 23rd straight starts.
Dunn and Josh Lomers made their 32nd consecutive starts dating back to Baylor's postseason run in 2008-09.