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Baylor, Tennessee Postgame Notes

Nov. 27, 2011

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#1/1 BAYLOR 76, #6/7 TENNESSEE 67
NOV. 27, 2011 • ATTENDANCE: 16,623

• With today's Lady Bear victory, Kim Mulkey's career record now stands at 304-79.
• Baylor is now 6-0 while Tennessee falls to 2-2.
• BU has won three straight vs. the Lady Vols and now leads all-time series 3-2.
• Today's win was Baylor's first victory in Knoxville.
• The Lady Bears are now 3-0 vs. Top 25 teams this season.
• Baylor's regular season non-conference record under coach Mulkey is 134-9.
• Baylor's victory ended Tennessee's 38-game home winning streak, dating back to a Feb. 16, 2009, loss to Duke. The loss was the Lady Vols' 21st on their home court since moving to Thompson-Boling Arena in 1987.

• Baylor hasn't allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 180 straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
• Baylor has now won 82 consecutive games when scoring 70 or more points, dating back to a 78-72 overtime loss to North Carolina State in the 2007 NCAA Tournament in Raleigh, N.C.

Brittney Griner (26 pts) has scored in double-figures in 46 straight games and in 76 of 78 in her career.
• Griner (7 blocks) has recorded five-plus blocks in all six games this season and now sits 20 away from OU's Courtney Parris' Big 12 record of 446.
Odyssey Sims (23 pts.) registered her 29th double-digit scoring performance of the year and sixth of the year. Sims also added eight rebounds, nine assists and two steals.
Jordan Madden blocked a career-high three shots, played a career-high 38 minutes and recorded double-figure points (11) for the eighth time in her career.



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