Nov. 27, 2013
Box Score |
18/17 BAYLOR (6-0) 67, DAYTON (5-1) 66
Tues., Nov. 26, 2013
Lahaina Civic Center (Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii)
Baylor extended its winning streak to 11 games - the nation's longest active streak.
Baylor's 11-game winning streak ties the 4th-longest in program history and is the 2nd-longest of the Drew era (started 17-0 in 2011-12).
The game was televised on ESPN, marking the 71st consecutive TV game for Baylor.
Baylor is now 2-0 this season and 36-112 in the Drew era when trailing at the half.
Baylor is 150-69 since the start of the 2007-08 season.
Baylor is now 46-8 in November games during the Drew era.
Baylor is now 32-7 during the Drew era in games against first-time opponents.
Baylor is now 100-98 all-time in regular-season tournaments, including a 19-8 mark in the Drew era.
BU is now 6-10 all-time in the state of Hawaii, and the Bears have won multiple games in a tournament on the Islands for the first time in six trips.
Head coach Scott Drew recorded his 184th career win at Baylor, moving him within 17 of tying Bill Henderson for the school record.
Baylor led for exactly 2:08 of game time - the Bears had a 1-0 lead for 1:51 in the first half, and then BU didn't lead again until Cory Jefferson's game-winning basket with 17 seconds remaining.
Baylor has now started the season 6-0 in four of the last six years.
Five different Baylor players scored in double figures for the second straight game.
Nine different Bears played at least 10 minutes in the game for the fifth time in six games this season.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 700 consecutive games - the 2nd-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.
Senior Gary Franklin had 10 points for his 4th career double-figure scoring game (2nd consecutive).
Junior Kenny Chery had 13 points, recording his 4th double-figure scoring game, and he added 4 assists.
Junior Royce O'Neale had a Baylor-career high 13 points, scoring in double figures for the second straight game.
O'Neale had steals on three consecutive possessions in the second half, with two of the three leading to his own layups.
Senior Cory Jefferson started his 43rd consecutive game and had the game-winning basket on an offensive rebound put-back with 17 seconds remaining.
Jefferson (10 points) had his 35th career double-figure scoring game (5th of season). Baylor is 28-7 all-time when he scores in double figures.
Senior Brady Heslip was held scoreless on only one shot attempt, snapping his streak of games scoring in double figures at five straight, which was one short of his career-best.
Sophomore Isaiah Austin (10 points) had his 30th career double-figure scoring game (3rd of season). All 10 of his points and 6 of his 7 rebounds came in the second half.