March 2, 2010
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#21/22 BAYLOR (23-6, 10-5) 86, TEXAS TECH (16-13, 4-11) 68
UNITED SPIRIT ARENA LUBBOCK, TEXAS
MARCH 2, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 9,232
Baylor has now won three straight Big 12 games for the second time this season.
Baylor has now won eight of its last 10 games.
Tuesday's win was Baylor's fourth Big 12 road victory of the season - tied for the most league road wins in the Big 12 era (BU won four in 2007-08).
Baylor swept the season series with Texas Tech for the second time in the last three seasons.
For the first time in the Big 12 era, Baylor has swept two conference regular season series (Oklahoma, Texas Tech).
Baylor increased its three-year school-record total to 68 wins.
Tuesday's win extend its March winning streak to five games, dating back to Baylor's postseason run in 2008-09.
Baylor is now 17 games above .500 for the first time since the Bears were 24-7 in 1947-48.
Baylor has now won 23 games this season - the third-most wins in school history.
Baylor won its school-record 10th Big 12 game Tuesday.
Baylor posted its ninth win away from home this season - second-most in the Scott Drew era.
Tuesday's win was Baylor's first as a Top 25 team in the month of March in school history.
Drew tied Jim Haller (104) for the fourth-most coaching wins in school history.
Baylor improved to 30-8 in its last 38 games.
Baylor improved its record to 13-14 in the month of March in the Drew era.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 580 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas.
Baylor is 5-3 this season and 23-82 in the Scott Drew era when trailing at the half.
Baylor improved to 11-0 this season and 50-6 in Drew era when scoring 80-plus points.
Baylor has now 20 of its last 21 games when scoring 80 points or more.
Five Baylor players scored in double figures for the first time since Jan. 2, 2010, at South Carolina.
Tweety Carter tied former teammate Kevin Rogers for fourth place in school history with 63 career Big 12 games played.
With his nine assists tonight, Carter moved into ninth place on the school single-season assists list. Carter, who now has 154 assists this season, passed Vinnie Johnson (149, 1977-78) and David Wesley (148, 1990-91).
Josh Lomers finished with a season-high 13 points, one point off his career high.
Quincy Acy scored in double figures for the 14th time this season. Baylor is 16-4 when Acy scores 10+ points in his first two seasons.
Ekpe Udoh has recorded a blocked shot in 32 consecutive games, dating back to his sophomore season at Michigan (2007-08).
With his six rebounds tonight, Udoh moved into ninth place on Baylor's single-season rebounds list with 288 boards.