Dec. 14, 2011
6/7 BAYLOR 69, BETHUNE-COOKMAN 42
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
DEC. 14, 2011 ATTENDANCE: 8,838
Wednesday was the second series meeting between Baylor and Bethune-Cookman. The Bears are 2-0 all-time against the Wildcats.
Baylor has held each of its first seven opponents to fewer than 70 points. Baylor has won 43 of its last 45 non-conference games when holding opponents below the 70-point mark. Baylor is 93-25 in the Drew era when holding opponents to fewer than 70 points.
Baylor has won 17 straight December home games and hasn't lost at home in December since Dec. 9, 2006, to South Carolina.
Baylor is 33-12 in the month of December in the Drew era.
Baylor is 42-15 - 41-14 in the Drew era - when ranked in the AP Top 25, 35-10 when ranked in the USA TODAY/ESPN Coaches Top 25, and 33-9 all-time when ranked simultaneously in both polls.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 627 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 behind Texas. The Bears have made at least one 3-pointer in every game since Feb. 21, 1990.
Baylor is 78-22 against non-conference competition in the Drew era.
Baylor has won 25 straight non-conference home games and 38 of its last 39 non-conference home contests. The Bears are 49-3 in non-conference home games dating back to the 2006-07 season.
Since the start of the 2007-08 season, Baylor is 98-47.
Baylor is 37-4 at home in the last three seasons, winning a Ferrell Center-record 15 home games in each of the last two seasons. Baylor is 63-13 in the last five seasons at home.
22 of Baylor's last 23 non-conference home wins have been decided by double figures.
The Bears are 12-0 all-time against Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) opponents.
Baylor is off to the fifth 8-0 season start in program history and the first since 2000-01.
Baylor has led at the half in every game this season.
Baylor is 110-24 when leading at the half in the Scott Drew era.
In its last two games, Baylor has held its opponents to a combined 83 points (41 at Northwestern, 42 vs. BCU).
Baylor played nine different players for at least 17 minutes in the game.
Senior F Quincy Acy (10 points) became the 25th 1,000-point scorer in Baylor history when he hit a free throw for his ninth point in the game with 3:58 remaining in the second half.
Acy scored in double figures for the seventh time in eight games this season and for the 53rd time in his career.
With four blocks in the game, Acy tied former teammate Ekpe Udoh (133) for third on Baylor's career blocks list.
Junior PG A.J. Walton made his 37th consecutive start.
Walton scored a season-high nine points.
Junior G Pierre Jackson (12 points) scored in double figures for the fifth consecutive game.
Sophomore G Brady Heslip has made at least one 3-point field goal in every game this season.
20 of Heslip's 22 field goals this season are from 3-point range.