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Baylor-Texas A&M Postgame Notes

Feb. 14, 2009

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BAYLOR (16-9, 4-7) 72, TEXAS A&M (17-8, 3-7) 68
FEB. 14, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 10,407

• Tonight's win marks the first time that Baylor has defeated the Aggies in Waco since Feb. 7, 2004 (Scott Drew's first season at BU).
• Tonight's crowd of 10,407 is the 5th largest of all-time at the Ferrell Center.
• Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 537 straight games.

• Baylor's 40-28 lead at the half marks only the third time in Big 12 play this season that the Bears have held a lead at half with the last coming on the road at Kansas State.
• The win snaps a six-game losing streak for the Bears, the longest since a six-game streak to start the 2005-06 season- the freshman season of the current Baylor senior class.

Anthony Jones establishes career highs in minutes played (27), points scored (12), and 3-point baskets made (3).
Kevin Rogers was held scoreless in the first half. It is the second time that he's been held scoreless in a half with the first coming in a 58-52 Baylor win at Washington State (12/6).
• Rogers (12 points) has scored in double figures in 16 straight games.
• For the second consecutive game, LaceDarius Dunn was held scoreless from beyond the arc. Dunn has missed his last 9 attempts from the 3-point line. He has made at least one 3-point basket in 52 of his 56 career games.
• After scoring nine total points in a two-game stretch against Missouri and Kansas, Curtis Jerrells is averaging 17.7 points in his last three games.



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