Feb. 13, 2010
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24/RV BAYLOR (18-5, 6-4) 64, MISSOURI (18-7, 6-4) 62
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
FEB. 13, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 9,347
Saturday's victory is head coach Scott Drew's 100th win at Baylor, making him the fifth coach in school history to reach the century mark.
Baylor is now 16-9 (15-8 in Drew era) when ranked in either the Associated Press or ESPN/USA Today Coaches Top 25 Polls.
Baylor is 10-12 all-time vs. Missouri, including a 6-2 record at home and a 6-10 mark in the Big 12-era series.
Baylor is 4-5 against Missouri in the Drew-era.
Baylor is 26-7 in its last 33 games, dating back to its historic postseason run at the end of the 2008-09 season.
Baylor is 14-36 in February in the Drew era.
Baylor has won six Big 12 games, surpassing last season's Big 12 wins total (finished 5-11).
The win snapped Baylor's two-game losing streak to Missouri.
With the win, Baylor has won three straight games against teams from the Big 12 North for the first time since the 2007-08 season.
The win was Baylor's third straight over Missouri in Waco.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 575 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas.
Baylor led at the half and is now 15-3 on the season when tied or leading at the half.
Baylor extended its February home win streak to four games.
Ekpe Udoh moved into third place on the Big 12 single-season blocks list with 100 rejections.
With three blocks, Udoh established a new Baylor single-season blocks record.
Udoh also passed Alex Holcombe (1989-93) for fifth on Baylor's career blocks list.
Udoh scored the game-winning basket for the second consecutive game and third time this season.
Quincy Acy recorded his third career double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Acy's 11 rebounds were a season high.
LaceDarius Dunn tied Aundre Branch's 1993-94 season for eighth-most 3FGM is a single season with 78.
Tweety Carter has made a 3-point field goal in 19 consecutive games - tied for fourth-longest streak in school history.
Carter played in the 119th game of his career, tying former teammate Curtis Jerrells (2005-09) for the most in Baylor history.
Josh Lomers is now tied with Henry Dugat (2005-09) for fifth on Baylor's career list with 116 games played.
Lomers tied Mamadou Diene (2005-09) for eighth on Baylor's career list with 55 Big 12 games played.
Udoh has recorded at least one block in 28 consecutive games, including the last four contests of the 2007-08 season at Michigan.
Udoh has 2+ blocks in 22 games this season and three or more blocks in 43 career games.
Udoh and sophomore G/F Anthony Jones made their 24th straight starts.
Dunn and Lomers made their 33rd consecutive starts dating back to Baylor's postseason run in 2008-09.