Nov. 13, 2011
Box Score |
12/12 BAYLOR 92, JACKSON STATE 59
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
NOV. 13, 2011 ATTENDANCE: 6,103
Baylor has won 20 straight non-conference home games and 33 of its last 34 non-conference home contests. The Bears are 44-3 in non-conference home games dating back to the 2006-07 season.
Since the start of the 2007-08 season, Baylor is 93-47.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 621 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas. The Bears have made at least one three-pointer in every game since Feb. 21, 1990.
Baylor is 32-4 at home in the last three seasons, winning a Ferrell Center-record 15 home games in each of the last two seasons. Baylor is 58-13 in the last five seasons at home.
Baylor is a perfect 41-0 vs. the Southwestern Athletic Conference, including 22-0 in the Scott Drew era.
Baylor is 5-0 all-time against Jackson State - all in the Drew era - and all five have been decided by double figures.
Baylor is 32-6 in the month of November under Drew.
Baylor is 81-32 all-time in the month of November (regular-season only).
Since 2003-04, Baylor is 72-22 in non-conference play in the Drew era.
Nine different Baylor players logged 15 or more minutes and all nine scored at least six points.
Baylor's 92 points were its most in a game since a 92-77 win over Texas on March 6, 2010.
Senior F Anthony Jones made his 69th consecutive start.
A. Jones scored (11 points) in double figures for the 22nd time in his career - Baylor is 17-5 in those games.
Freshman F Quincy Miller (game-high 17 points) has scored in 17 points in each of his first two games at Baylor.
Sophomore F Cory Jefferson had a career-high 13 points. His previous high was in the first game of the season against Texas Southern (Nov. 11).
Jefferson had a game-high nine rebounds, leaving him one shy of his second straight double-double off the bench.
Senior F Quincy Acy (14 points) scored in double figures for the 48th time in his career - Baylor is 36-12 in those games.
Acy needs 73 points to become the 25th 1,000-point scorer in Baylor history.