Dec. 31, 2008
Box Score |
NO. 19 BAYLOR (12-1) 113, JACKSON STATE (1-11) 78
FERRELL CENTER - WACO, TEXAS
DEC. 31, 2008 - ATTENDANCE: 5,092
Baylor has now made at least one 3-point field goal in 499 consecutive games.
Baylor has won six consecutive games since debuting in the AP Top 25 Poll on Dec. 1.
Baylor improves to 8-3 all-time when ranked in the AP Top 25.
Baylor's nine-game home winning streak is the second-longest in Ferrell Center history as well as the second-longest to start a season. Baylor won 10 straight home contests to open the 2000-01 season (Nov. 22, 2000-Jan. 2, 2001). The Bears later won 10 straight from March 3, 2001-Jan. 5, 2002.
Baylor scored a Scott Drew era record 62 points in the first half vs. Jackson State, besting last season's 61-point output in the 2007-08 season opener against JSU. It is the highest first-half point total since Feb. 27, 1993, vs. Oral Roberts (64).
Baylor's 113 points are the most scored in regulation since 116 in 1993 (Baylor scored 116 at Texas A&M in 5 overtimes last season).
Baylor made a Scott Drew era high 44 field goals vs. Jackson State.
Baylor shot 63.8 percent (44-of-69) Wednesday - the second-highest percentage of the Scott Drew era (64.0 percent vs. Centenary on 11/18/08).
Baylor is 57-3 all-time when scoring 100 or more points. Baylor is 8-0 under head coach Scott Drew.
Baylor has won 13 in a row when scoring 100 or more points.
Baylor has now scored 100 or more points in both series meetings with Jackson State.
Baylor improves to 33-0 all-time vs. the SWAC.
Baylor has led by 30 or more points in five different games this season.
LaceDarius Dunn has now made at least one 3-point field goal in 18 consecutive games, dating back to last season. Dunn's streak is tied for the 5th-longest at Baylor since 1986, tying him with teammate Curtis Jerrells (1/27/07-11/30/07).
Dunn also tied a career high with 10 rebounds, while recording his first career double-double.
Kevin Rogers scored a season-high 21 points.
Josh Lomers scored a career-high tying 14 points.
Curtis Jerrells snapped his streak of consecutive games in double figures at 14.
Jerrells is now tied for 6th at Baylor with 93 games started, tying Pat Nunley.