Feb. 27, 2010
#24/RV BAYLOR (22-6, 9-5) 70, OKLAHOMA (13-15, 4-10) 63
LLOYD NOBLE ARENA NORMAN, OKLA.
FEB. 27, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 7,894
Baylor wins its second straight game vs. Oklahoma (first back-to-back wins since Dec. 1954) and snaps a 14-game losing streak to OU in Norman (first win since 1977); BU improves series record vs. OU to 7-35.
Today's win was Baylor's second straight in the series (won 91-60 in Waco last month, had lost 30 straight prior to this season).
Today's win improves Baylor's conference record to 9-5, equaling the most Big 12 wins in school history (finished 9-7 in 2007-08).
Baylor has now won three of its last five Big 12 road games.
Today's win improves Baylor record to 29-8 over its last 37 games (dating to end of 2008-09 regular season)
Baylor's record is now 19-10 (18-9 in Drew Era) when ranked.
Baylor is 21-2 this season when outshooting (FG%) its opponents - today 51.1% to 34.3%.
Baylor is now 9-1 this season when shooting 50% or higher from field - 53-6 in Drew Era.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 579 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas.
With 7 blocks today, Ekpe Udoh broke the Big 12 single-season blocks record [formerly 118 by ISU's Kelvin Cato] with 122 in 27 games.
With 10 points today, senior Tweety Carter moved into 10th place on Baylor's all-time scoring list with 1,335 career points [passed former teammate Aaron Bruce's 1,330].
LaceDarius Dunn (21 points) notched his 13th season and 28th career 20-point scoring effort.
With three rebounds today, Ekpe Udoh moved into an 9th-place tie on Baylor's single-season rebounds chart with 282 [ties Darryl Middleton at 282].
Sophomore Fred Ellis finished with four points in 15 minutes played - both career highs in Big 12 games for Ellis.
Today's contest was Tweety Carter's 47th career start in a Big 12 game, moving him into a 3rd-place tie on Baylor's all-time chart [tying him with former teammate Kevin Rogers]; also his 62nd career Big 12 game played, moving him into a 5th-place tie on the school's all-time listing [with former teammates Aaron Bruce and Henry Dugat].
LaceDarius Dunn and Josh Lomers made their 37th consecutive starts dating back to Baylor's postseason run in 2008-09.
Junior F Ekpe Udoh and sophomore G/F Anthony Jones made their 28th straight starts.