March 2, 2009
TEXAS (20-9, 9-6) 73, BAYLOR (17-12, 5-10) 57
ERWIN CENTER - AUSTIN, TEXAS
MARCH 2, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 13,665
Baylor is 6-42 in its last 48 Big 12 road games, including 1-7 this season.
Baylor has lost six straight Big 12 road games (last Big 12 road win was Jan. 21 at Kansas State).
Baylor has trailed at halftime in 11 of its 15 Big 12 games this season (1-10 in those games).
Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 541 straight games.
Baylor did not score until a LaceDarius Dunn free throw at the 15:38 mark in the first half, the second time this season that Baylor has not scored before the first media timeout of the game (at Washington State, 12/6/08; first points at 15:40).
Baylor scored 24 points in the first half, tying its season-low for first-half points. The Bears also scored 24 first-half points against Texas in Waco.
The Bears connected on a season-low seven field goals in the first half. Baylor's previous low for made field goals in the first half was nine (Wake Forest, Washington State, Texas, Colorado)
Baylor shot a season-low 31.6 % from the floor (18-57), the lowest shooting percentage since shooting 30.3 % (20-66) against Kasans during the 2006-07 season.
Curtis Jerrells made his 109th career start, becoming Baylor's all-time leader (Doug Brandt, 108).
LaceDarius Dunn made his second-straight start; his second-career Big 12 start (vs. CU, 2/28/09).
Dunn is 13-for-52 from 3-point range in his last 10 games (25.0 %) - Baylor is 2-8 over that stretch.
Josh Lomers made his second straight start, his second of the season.
Tweety Carter made 1 3-pointer, and has made at least one 3-point field goal in 17 consecutive games - the seventh-longest streak in BU history.