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Baylor-Wake Forest Postgame Notes




Dec. 1, 2008

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NO. 19/24 WAKE FOREST (6-0) 87, BAYLOR (6-1) 74
ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER  •  ANAHEIM, CALIF.
NOV. 30, 2008  •  ATTENDANCE:  1,877

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
• For the fourth consecutive game, Baylor goes with the starting five of Curtis Jerrells, Henry Dugat, Tweety Carter, Kevin Rogers and Mamadou Diene.
• Baylor has now made at least one 3-point field goal in 493 straight games.
• In the 3rd-place game Sunday, No. 14 Arizona State broke Baylor's 76 Classic single-game scoring record set against the Sun Devils on Friday. Baylor scored 87 in the win over ASU; the Sun Devils then scored 88 in a win over UTEP Sunday.
• Baylor returns to action Saturday, Dec. 6, when the Bears travel to Pullman, Wash., to face the Washington State Cougars in the second half of a two-year Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series matchup. Tip-off is set for 10:30 p.m. (CT) on FSN.
• Wake Forest's 57 points in the second half are the most by an opponent this season vs. Baylor.
• Wake Forest posted 76 Classic records for free throws made (34), free throws attempted (48) and rebounds (62) against Baylor.

TEAM NOTES
• Baylor shot a season-low 32.4 percent from the floor (22-of-68) - the lowest shooting percentage by the Bears since March 5, 2007, when Baylor shot 33.3 percent (21-of-63).
• The loss snapped Baylor's six-game winning streak - the longest since a 12-game winning streak to start the 2000-01 season.
• Baylor's 31 3-point attempts vs. Wake Forest are a tournament record.

 

 

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
Kevin Rogers recorded his 18th double-double of his career and the first this season, posting 10 points and 14 rebounds. He moves into a tie with Darryl Middleton (1985-88) and Tony Rufus (1976-77) for 9th place in career double-doubles at Baylor.
Curtis Jerrells is 77-for-95 career on clutch free throws (final 3 minutes of regulation and OT periods) - a career 81.1 percentage.
Curtis Jerrells was Baylor's lone representative on the 76 Classic All-Tournament Team.
LaceDarius Dunn extended his consecutive games streak with making at least one 3-point field goal to 12 games, dating back to March 1, 2008.
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