Baylor is the only Texas school out of 21 D-1 programs to still be playing in an NCAA-run postseason tournament.
Baylor is now 12-2 when scoring at least 80 points in a game.
Baylor set a season high with 60 points in a half (second). Its previous high was 57 vs. Long Beach State on March 20, 2013.
Baylor scored 80 or more points in a game for the 14th time this season and the 87th (78-9) time in the Drew era.
The Bears are now 6-9 this season when recording equal or fewer rebounds than their opponent.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 691 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 (Texas). The last time Baylor did not connect from 3-point range was Feb. 21, 1990 vs. Texas Tech.
Scott Drew recorded his 175th career win at Baylor, 26 shy of Bill Henderson's school record.
The victory gives Baylor its fifth 20-win season in the last six years. BU had only three 20-win seasons in its first 101 years of basketball.
The Bears are now 141-69 since the start of the 2007-08 season.
Baylor is now 26-25 in the month of March under Drew.
The Bears are now 5-7 this season when scoring under 30 points in the first half.
Baylor is now 5-13 when trailing at the half.
Baylor is now 5-2 vs. ASU all-time and 2-0 in games played in Waco.
BU is now 4-0 all-time against ASU in the Drew era.
Baylor is 15-13 all-time in postseason play.
Baylor is now 6-4 all-time (five appearances) and 3-0 at home in NIT play.
Baylor is 12-4 in the postseason under Scott Drew.
Baylor has had at least two postseason wins in each of the last four seasons.
Pierre Jackson (26 pts, 16 ast) recorded his third double-double of the season and eighth of his career.
Jackson registered the second 20-15 game of his career and 22nd overall at BU. He is the only player in program history to record it with points and assists.
Jackson had 16 assists - the most by any player in the NIT's 76-year history (previous best was 14 on four occasions).
Jackson with 26 points tonight stayed in 18th place on Baylor's career scoring chart with 1,174.
Jackson has scored in double-figures in 40 of his last 41 games.
Jackson moved into a fourth on the all-time in Baylor single-season scoring with 651 points.
Jackson has made at least one 3-point field goal in 45 consecutive games, which ties the longest streak in program history with LaceDarius Dunn.
Cory Jefferson (21 pts) recorded his 22nd double-figure scoring performance of the year and 27th of his career.
Jefferson is seventh on the single-season block list with 68, one behind Brian Skinner's 69 from 1994-95.
A.J. Waltonis second on the program's all-time games played list (138) and sits one away from tying Quincy Acy's record of 139.
Walton (95) is two wins shy of Quincy Acy's school record of 97.
Brady Hesliphas made one 3-point basket in 63 of 71 career games.
Heslip scored in double figures for the 34th time in his career and the 13th time this season.
In five career postseason games, Heslip is 28-47 (.596) on three-point field goals.
Isaiah Austin (13 pts) was in double figures for the 25th time this season.
Austin (3 blocks) now sits alone in eighth on the single-season list with 53.
Jackson recorded a career high with 16 assists, tying Nelson Haggerty (16 vs. UMKC 2/1/95) for the fourth-highest single-game total in program history.
Jackson (222 assists) sits in third on Baylor's single-season assists list behind his own mark of 223, set in 2011-12. The 16x assists were the most by a Baylor player in an NIT game, surpassing Tweety Carter's nine vs. Georgetown (3/18/09) and A.J. Walton's nine vs. Long Beach State (3/20/13).
Jackson tied a season high with four steals matching his four at Kentucky (12/1/12) and vs. BYU (12/21/12).