March 5, 2011
#7/8 TEXAS 60, BAYLOR 54
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
MARCH 5, 2011 ATTENDANCE: 10,627
The attendance of 10,627 was the largest in Ferrell Center history.
SERIES: Saturday marked the 236th meeting - the longest-standing rivalry for both schools.
Baylor trails in the all-time series 79-157, including a 46-64 record in Waco.
Baylor is 7-27 against Texas during the Big 12 era.
Head Coach Scott Drew is 4-15 all-time against Texas.
Baylor's record is 91-46 since the start of the 2007-08 season.
Baylor is 37-29 all-time on national TV and 30-27 on the ESPN family of networks.
Baylor is 30-4 at home in the last two seasons, including a 12-4 mark in Big 12 home games.
Baylor is 10-4 against its three in-state Big 12 rivals over the last two seasons.
Baylor is 26-140 all-time against AP Top 25 teams, including a 9-46 record in the Drew era.
Baylor is 11-73 against AP Top 25 teams in the Big 12 era.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 618 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 (Texas).
Baylor is 17-3 this season when leading at halftime (6-3 in Big 12 play).
Baylor held Texas to 60 points, the lowest point total by a team to beat the Bears this season.
LaceDarius Dunn (2,274 career points) passed Andre Emmett (2,256) as the Big 12's all-time leading scorer.
Dunn now has 387 career 3-point field goals and needs three to pass Texas' A.J. Abrams (389) as the Big 12's all-time leader.
Dunn has made a 3-point field goal in a school-record 44 consecutive games (126 of 133 career games). His 44-game streak is the third-longest in Big 12 Conference history.
Dunn scored in double figures for the 113th time in his career.
Dunn played his 64th Big 12 game, moving into a five-way tie for most in program history.
Dunn has 88 3-point field goals this season, moving him past Kenny Taylor (87 in 2002-03) for the fifth-best single-season total in program history.
Dunn had the 47th 20-point game of his career, second-most in program history.
Perry Jones III had the fourth double-figure rebounding (11) game of his career.
Jones III had scored in double figures in 17 consecutive games, including all 15 Big 12 games, prior to coming up one point short on Saturday.
Anthony Jones started his 66th consecutive game.
A.J. Walton (67) passed Wendell Greenleaf (65 in 2001-02) for fifth on Baylor's single-season steals list.
Quincy Acy (106) tied Willie Sublett (1991-94) for fifth on Baylor's career blocked shots list.