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Baylor, Dayton Postgame Notes

Nov. 27, 2013

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18/17 BAYLOR (6-0) 67, DAYTON (5-1) 66
Tues., Nov. 26, 2013
Lahaina Civic Center (Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii)
Attendance: 2,400

• 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.



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