Nov. 7, 2009
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BAYLOR (4-5, 1-4) 40, MISSOURI (5-4, 1-4) 32
MEMORIAL STADIUM AT FAUROT FIELD COLUMBIA, MO.
NOV. 7, 2009 ATTENDANCE: 65,298
Missouri leads the all-time series 10-3, including a 6-2 advantage in games played in Columbia.
Baylor snaps a seven-game losing streak to Missouri, winning its first game in the series as Big 12 foes.
It is Baylor's first win at Missouri since Sept. 23, 1973 (Baylor won that game, 27-0).
Baylor snapped 23-game losing streak when trailing at halftime, posting its first win after overcoming a halftime deficit since Oct. 21, 2006, against Kansas. Baylor overcame a 35-17 halftime deficit for a 36-36 victory.
The win snapped Baylor's five-game Big 12 losing streak.
The win snapped Baylor's 11-game Big 12 road losing streak.
Baylor won a Big 12 road game for the first time since Oct. 7, 2006, at Colorado (Baylor won 34-31 in 3 OT).
Baylor is 8-6 in the Art Briles era when allowing 20 points or more.
Baylor is 5-0 in the Briles era when scoring 40 points or more.
Baylor scored 40 points in a Big 12 game for the time since scoring 41 in a win vs. Texas A&M in 2008.
Baylor has produced only two turnovers in its first five Big 12 games.
The Bears are 4-3 in the Art Briles era when committing no turnovers.
Baylor scored in the first half for the first time in the last three games. The Bears have been out-scored 92-26 in the first half of five Big 12 games this season.
Missouri's 27 points in the first half are the most allowed by Baylor in a Big 12 game this season.
Baylor scored its first first-half touchdown in four games.
The Bears scored their first first-quarter touchdown in five games.
Baylor led at the end of the first quarter for the first time since the Iowa State game on Oct. 17 (BU led 3-0).
The Bears scored more than one offensive touchdown for the first time in Big 12 play this season.
LB Joe Pawelek started his 42nd consecutive game, the longest streak by a Baylor player since Maurice Lane's school-record, 45-game streak that ran from 2002 to 2005.
RG James Barnard, FS Jordan Lake and C J.D. Walton all started their 33rd consecutive games.
LB Antonio Jones started his 21st consecutive game.
WR David Gettis started his 17th consecutive game.
IR Kendall Wright has caught at least one pass in each game of his career, a 21-game streak.
TE Justin Akers has caught at least one pass in 12 consecutive games.
WR Lanear Sampson established career highs with five receptions and 85 yards.
QB Nick Florence set career highs in completions (32) and passing yards (427).
Florence broke the Baylor single-game school record with 427 passing yards.
Florence is the first Baylor QB to throw for at least 400 yards since Blake Szymanski vs. Colorado in 2007 (410).
Florence threw a career-high thre touchdowns -- tossing one more TD pass than he had entering the game (two).
Pawelek remains in 24th place on the NCAA FBS career tackles list (392).
Gettis moved into seventh place on Baylor's career receptions list (103).
Gettis moved into ninth place on Baylor's career receiving yards list (1,416).
Gettis tied career high with eight receptions.
Wright moved into eighth place on Baylor's career receptions list (100).
Wright set a career high in receiving yards (149).
Wright recorded two touchdown receptions for second time in his career.
Wright has seven games with at least four receptions this season.
Baylor had two 100-yard receivers for the first time since Kansas in 2006 (Trent Shelton -- 106, and Dominique Zeigler, 122).
PK Dary Stone made his two first career field goal attempts.
Stone connected on a career-long 35-yard field goal in the third quarter.