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Baylor-Iowa State Postgame Notes

Feb. 24, 2009

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IOWA STATE (14-14, 3-10) 71, BAYLOR (16-11, 4-9) 62
FEB. 24, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 10,407

• Baylor falls to 6-41 in its last 47 Big 12 road games, including a 1-6 mark this season.
• Baylor is now 22-30 vs. Big 12 North schools over the last nine seasons.
• Baylor remains winless in eight trips to Ames.
• Baylor has now trailed at halftime in 10 of its 13 Big 12 games this season (1-9).
• Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 539 straight games.
• Baylor has now lost five-straight Big 12 road games (last Big 12 road win at Kansas State on Jan. 21, 2009).

• Baylor's 10-point lead, 15-5, at the 11:57 mark of the first half marked the third game that the Bears have led by 10 or more points on the road in Big 12 play this season (Kansas State on Jan. 21 and Texas Tech on Feb. 7).
• Baylor is 2-9 this season when trailing by 10 or more points in a game. It is the eighth Big 12 game this season and the fifth Big 12 road game.
• Baylor did not record its first basket of the second half until the 15:43 mark on a LaceDarius Dunn lay-in.

• Senior Mamadou Diene started at center Tuesday night at Iowa State - his first start since Jan. 14 at Texas A&M. It is his third start in Big 12 play this season.
• Diene scored the first points of the game at the 19:41 mark of the first half - his first points since Jan. 2 vs. South Carolina. It was also his first points in Big 12 play.
Curtis Jerrells made his 107th career start and is now one shy of tying the school record for career games started (Doug Brandt, 108).
Kevin Rogers made his 89th career start and moved into sole possession of ninth place on Baylor's career list.
Henry Dugat snapped his streak of nine consecutive missed field goals (went 0-for-9 at Oklahoma State on Feb. 21) with a jumper in the lane at the 15:50 mark of the first half.
• Jerrells dished out a team-high six assists - his 15th 5-plus assist game this season.
• Rogers recorded a career-high three steals Tuesday night.
LaceDarius Dunn finished 0-for-6 from 3-point range Tuesday night and is now 9-for-42 in his last 8 games.
Tweety Carter has hit at least one 3-point field goal in 15 consecutive games.



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