Feb. 24, 2010
#24/RV BAYLOR (21-6, 8-5) 82, 22/23 TEXAS A&M (19-8, 8-5) 66
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
FEB. 24, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 10,094
Baylor is now 18-10 (17-9 in Drew era) when ranked in either the Associated Press or ESPN/USA Today Coaches Top 25 Polls.
Baylor is 74-127 all-time vs. Texas A&M.
Baylor is 13-16 against Texas A&M in the Big 12 era.
Baylor is 5-9 against Texas A&M in the Drew era.
Baylor is 44-50 all-time against Texas A&M in Waco.
Baylor is 28-8 in its last 36 games, dating back to its historic postseason run at the end of the 2008-09 season.
Baylor is 16-37 in February in the Drew era.
Wednesday's game was just the second time the teams have met with both teams ranked. The first time was in 2008 when Baylor won at Texas A&M, 116-110, in five overtimes.
The attendance of 10,094 was the largest for Baylor this season and the 10th-largest in Ferrell Center history.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 578 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas.
With three blocks, Ekpe Udoh extended his Baylor single-season record to 115; he is now four shy of the Big 12 single-season record held by Kelvin Cato.
With four 3-pointers, LaceDarius Dunn (273) moved past Jake Sullivan (270) of Iowa State for sixth place on the Big 12's career 3-point field goals list.
Dunn (90) moved past Kenny Taylor's 2002-03 season (87) for fourth on Baylor's single-season 3FGM list.
Dunn moved into a tie with Michael Williams (27) for seventh-most 20-point games at Baylor.
Josh Lomers passed Curtis Jerrells for Baylor's second-most games played (120).
Udoh has recorded at least one block in 31 consecutive games, including the last four contests of the 2007-08 season at Michigan.
Udoh has 2+ blocks in 25 games this season and three or more blocks in 46 career games.
Dunn and Josh Lomers made their 36th consecutive starts.
Anthony Jones and Udoh made their 27th consecutive starts.
Carter is now tied with Jamie Kendrick for fourth on Baylor's career games started in Big 12 play list (46).