Lady Bears Basketball
No. 6 WBB Powers Past Kansas on the Road - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Kalani Brown scored 22 points, her 10th 20-plus point game of the season, as Baylor women's basketball defeated Kansas on the road Saturday afternoon.
Baylor roars past KU women, 83-48 | KUsports.com, For the first four minutes of the Kansas women's basketball team's 83-48 loss to No. 6 Baylor, the Jayhawks went possession-for-possession with the Big 12 powerhouse on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.
On the Jayhawks' first two possessions, Kansas junior Austin Richardson knocked down 3-pointers after Kylee Kopatich and Brianna Osorio drove into the teeth of the Baylor defense before kicking out for the open triple. Junior Christalah Lyons added five early points by attacking the rim, and the Jayhawks owned a 13-12 lead.
The Bears proved to be too much to handle for the Jayhawks, though. The Jayhawks (11-4 overall, 2-2 in Big 12 play) had a scoreless drought of more than five minutes after their hot start, and Baylor blitzed them with a 13-0 run and never looked back.
"Baylor obviously (is) a very, very difficult team to defend — in particular in the paint. I think they were averaging over 50 points a game in the paint against Big 12 competition," Kansas coach Brandon Schneider said. "We set some goals to try to feel like we could be competitive. We either achieved some of those goals or we weren't far off. We didn't really make enough shots on the offensive end to stay in the game."
Lady Bears swarm Jayhawks, overcome rough shooting night, 83-48, WacoTrib, If Kim Mulkey has said it once, she’s said it a thousand times. The sixth-ranked Lady Bears aren’t going to shoot the lights out every time they
No. 6 Baylor women beat Kansas 83-48 for 11th straight win | The Topeka Capital-Journal, For the first four minutes, Kansas appeared to have a chance.
Man Bears Basketball
MBB Takes Down Texas, 69-60 - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Manu Lecomte and Jo Lual-Acuil scored 17 apiece to lead Baylor men's basketball to a 69-60 win over Texas Saturday afternoon.
Baylor avoids 0-3 Big 12 start with 69-60 win over Texas, USAToday, Jo Lual-Acuil and Manu Lecomte each had 17 points and Baylor beat Texas 69-60 to avoid an 0-3 start in Big 12 Conference play
Baylor basketball avoids 0-3 Big 12 skid, beats Texas 69-60 | KCENTV.com, Baylor snapped an two-game losing skid with a 69-60 win over Texas at the Ferrell Center on Saturday.
UT starts off hot, freezes in second half - San Antonio Express-News, Scott Drew saw the nightmare realized in front of his eyes as Jase Febres crept behind Baylor’s zone defense, into the corner just in front of the Bears’ bench.
The coach’s apoplectic cries arrived too late. Just like the defense.
Matt Coleman whipped the ball to Febres, who smoothly, confidently swished his fourth 3-pointer with 87 seconds remaining in the first half. All Scott could do was pace the sideline in disgust.
For Febres, who as a Houston Westfield senior almost chose to play under Drew, the highlights stopped there. The sweet-shooting freshman went scoreless the rest of the way as the Longhorns (10-5, 1-2) fell to the Bears (11-4, 1-2), 69-60, at the Ferrell Center.
Baylor defense leads Bears past Texas | The Baylor Lariat, “Another Big 12 game, hard fought. As far as the first half, we gave them too many points in transition, didn’t do a good job in finding Jase [Febres], who had 18 points in the first half,” Head Coach Scott Drew said. “Second, we did a better job not turning the ball over and getting transition points up. To hold them to 20 points in the second, that’s a tremendous defensive effort. Typical Big 12 game.”
Big defensive plays key Baylor's 69-60 win over Texas, WacoTrib, After losing its first two Big 12 games, Baylor had the look and body language of a desperate team against Texas.
Sports briefs, WacoTrib, Alief Taylor linebacker Joseph Ogunbanjo announced Saturday that he is de-committing from Baylor.
Texas Sports Hall of Fame: Fredenburg builds D-III dynasty at UMHB, WacoTrib
When Pete Fredenburg started the Mary Hardin-Baylor football program in 1997, all he had was a temporary office and a dream that enough Central Texas players would be
Houston includes strict morality clause for former Baylor OC Kendal Briles., Houston football will be keeping a close watch on new offensive coordinator and associate head coach Kendal Briles.
Former Baylor assistants Kendal Briles, Randy Clements join Houston coaching staff, DieHards, Briles and Clements oversaw Baylor's offense rise to being one of the best in the nation.