For the second consecutive game, Curtis Jerrells, Henry Dugat, Tweety Carter, Kevin Rogers and Mamadou Diene started for the Baylor Bears.
Former Baylor Bear and current L.A. Clipper Brian Skinner was in attendance for Thursday night's game.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 491 straight games.
Baylor is now 10-2 all-time on Nov. 27 and 18-4 in November under head coach Scott Drew.
Baylor is now 9-7 all-time on the ESPN family of networks and 3-4 on ESPN2.
Baylor will play Arizona State Friday night at 9:30 p.m. (PT)/11:30 p.m. (CT) on ESPN2.
Baylor was held to its second-lowest first-half total this season, scoring 36 points in the opening stanza (34 vs. Jacksonville, 11/24/08).
Lowest point total this season and lowest since March 8, 2008, vs. Texas A&M (lost 57-71).
Baylor held Providence to 27.4 percent from the floor - the second-lowest percentage by an opponent this season (25.9 pct by Southern on 11/22/08)
LaceDarius Dunn's consecutive 3-point field goals made streak ended at 5 when he missed his first attempt of the game (from the top of the key).
Dunn did extend his streak to 10 games with at least one 3-point field goal made, dating back to last season.
Kevin Rogers tied a season high with 16 points, matching his total vs. Paul Quinn in season opener.