Baylor Postgame Notes

Dec. 15, 2007

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Dec. 15, 2007

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·             Baylor is 69-22 over the last 8 seasons in regular-season, non-league play.

·             The Bears are 21-6 in their last 27 games in Waco (dating to 2005-06).



·             Baylor is 22-1 in the Drew Era when scoring 80-plus points.

·             Over the past six seasons Baylor is 75-8 when totaling an equal or higher shooting percentage than its opponents (7-0 in 2007-08).

·             The Bears placed five players in double-figure scoring for the first time since the Jackson State game.

·             Baylor scored 100 points for the second time this season, the first time the Bears have scored 100-plus points in multiple games since the 1995-96 season (111 vs. Prairie View A&M, 101 vs. Rice).

·             All 11 Baylor players scored, the most individual scorers since Texas Southern last season.

·             Baylor recorded a season-high 19 assists in tonight's game.

·             The Bears connected on a season-best 14 3-pointers, the most since Baylor connected on 14 3-pointers against Colorado last season.

·             The Bears scored 38 points off the bench, the most this season and the most since Baylor scored 39 against Prairie View A&M last season.

·             Baylor's 18 made free throws are the most this season since the Bears made 29 free throws against Jackson State.

·             Baylor teams have made at least one 3-point field goal in 462 straight games.



·             Mamadou Diene made his first appearance of the season, playing 7 minutes. Diene missed the first seven games of the season following ankle surgery on Oct. 25.

·             Kevin Rogers made his first career 3-pointer.

·             Henry Dugat pulled down a season-high seven rebounds.

·             Delbert Simpson tied a career-high with two points, and set career highs in rebounds (4), assists (1), blocks (2) and minutes (11).

·             LaceDarius Dunn scored 14 points in 12 minutes in his first action after suffering a knee injury against Washington State.

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