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(3) Baylor Trounces Kansas State, 68-46

Baylor defends their home court and picks up their 17th consecutive win of the season to start conference 7-0.

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

One of the downsides to Baylor continually playing early Saturday games is that its normally family day for me and so I don't always get to watch the game and even fewer times get to write about it. Today we went to see a special needs screening of Paddington with friends and the one highlight was stepping out of the theater and catching the end of the game, especially since the other family were all K State fans.

However, you did not come to read about my morning, you came to hear about your Lady Bears. This was a game that Baylor took the lead with 16:23 in the first half and never looked back. This game was dominated by Baylor, getting 63.6% of the field goals, 58.3% of the rebounds, 58.8% of the assists and 63.3% of the turnovers.

For individual performances, three different players were in double figures, but none of them were Nina Davis. Alexis Prince picked up 18 points, going 6-12 from the floor and 2-4 on three point shots. Both Kristy Wallace and Khadijiah Cave scored 11 points while Sune Agbuke had 9 and finally Nina Davis had 8. Nina did have a stellar game on the glass, pulling down 13 rebounds, or just over 30% of all of Baylor's rebounds. Niya Johnson had 9 assists and moved into second place for career assists. Kristy Wallace added 5 assists of her own. Sune Agbuke picked up 4 blocks and is now in fourth place for career blocks.

Up next: at TCU on Tuesday, January 27th.