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Baylor-Jackson State Postgame Notes

Dec. 31, 2008

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NO. 19 BAYLOR (12-1) 113, JACKSON STATE (1-11) 78
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.



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