Baylor-Oklahoma State Postgame Notes

Feb. 21, 2009

Recap |  Box Score

OKLAHOMA STATE (17-9, 6-6) 84, BAYLOR (16-10, 4-8) 74
FEB. 21, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 9,637

• Baylor has trailed at halftime in nine of its 12 Big 12 games this season (1-8).
• Baylor eclipsed the 2,000-point mark for the season Saturday at Oklahoma State - its third-straight 2,000-point season under head coach Scott Drew.
• Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 538 straight games.
• Baylor falls to 2-22 all-time in Stillwater and has lost its last six trips to Gallagher-Iba Arena.
• Baylor has now lost four-straight Big 12 road games (last Big 12 road win at Kansas State on Jan. 21, 2009).

• Baylor's starting seniors - Curtis Jerrells, Henry Dugat and Kevin Rogers - went a combined 2-for-12 (16.7 pct) from the floor in the first half, while the rest of the Bears were 10-for-19 (52.6 pct).
• Curtis Jerrells' 3-point field goal at the 11:40 mark of the second half put Baylor ahead, 53-50, for the first time since a 4-2 lead at the 18:00 mark of the first half.

LaceDarius Dunn snapped his streak of nine consecutive missed 3-point field goals with his first trey against Oklahoma State. It was his first made 3-point basket since the Texas Tech game on Feb. 7.
Curtis Jerrells scored nine points, becoming just the sixth player in school history to score 1,600 or more career points.
Kevin Rogers finished with 11 points, eclipsing the 1,200-point mark for his career. He also posted his 17th consecutive game in double figures.
Tweety Carter scored a season-high 30 points - his first 20-point game of the season and his first since Dec. 29, 2007 vs. Prairie View A&M (scored 22 points). His previous season high was 18 points in a loss to South Carolina on Jan. 2. Carter fell one point shy of tying his career high of 31 set during his freshman season at Syracuse.
Tweety Carter's seven 3-point field goals tie a career high.
Tweety Carter has now made a 3-point field goal in 14 consecutive games.



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