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Baylor-Southern Postgame Notes

Nov. 22, 2008

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BAYLOR (3-0) 85, Southern (0-2) 43
NOV. 22, 2008  •  ATTENDANCE:  6,000


  • Tweety Carter did not dress for the third straight game (coach's decision), but is expected to play against Jacksonville (Nov. 24).
  • Baylor is 33-5 in the Drew Era when scoring 80-plus points.
  • Over the past six seasons Baylor is 90-9 when totaling an equal or higher shooting percentage than its opponents.
  • Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 489 straight games.


  • With Baylor holding a 9-8 lead at the 15:46 mark in the first half, the Bears went on an 18-1 run over the next 4:17 to make the score 27-9.
  • Baylor shot 61.3% (19-31) from the field in the first half, its third straight half with a shooting percentage over .600 (61.5% in 1st half, 66.7% in 2nd half vs. Centenary).
  • Baylor had five players score in double-figures for the third-straight game.
  • Baylor held Southern to 25.9% shooting from the floor.
  • The Bears shot 52.5% from the floor, their third-straight game shooting better than 50%
  • Baylor tied a season-high with 17 steals.


  • Quincy Acy made 5-of-5 field goal attempts. He set a new Big 12 record with 18 straight made baskets, besting Texas A&M's DeAndre Jordan's previous mark of 17 in a row. He is now 18-for-18 in his career.
  • Acy also scored in double-figures for the third-straight game, and led the team in scoring for the first time in his career.
  • Henry Dugat nearly recorded the third triple-double in Baylor history with 13 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists. The rebounds and assists were both career highs.
  • With 13 points, Curtis Jerrells moves into ninth place all-time at Baylor, passing Willie Sublett, David Wesley and Vinnie Johnson.
  • Jerrells made 5 of 8 field goals against Southern and has made 12 of his last 17 attempts.
  • LaceDarius Dunn tied a season high with 6 rebounds.


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