Baylor-Texas Postgame Notes

March 2, 2009

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TEXAS (20-9, 9-6) 73, BAYLOR (17-12, 5-10) 57
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.



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