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Daily Bears Report 03.26.2013

I'll miss you, 42.
I'll miss you, 42.

Tonight is Brittney Griner, Jordan Madden, Destiny Williams, and Nae-Nae Hayden's last game in the Ferrell Center. The Lady Bears will take on the Florida State Seminoles at 8:30 PM for the chance to head up to Oklahoma City across Easter weekend. Baylor has only lost twice in the Ferrell Center in the last four years, and currently has a 56 game winning streak on the friendly court.

Pierre Jackson, AJ Walton, and Jacob Neubert's final game in the Ferrell Center will be against Providence on Wednesday at 8:00 PM CT (ESPN2). Not only will this be the senior trio's last game, but this will be the last basketball game at the Ferrell for the year. The Bears fought back to win 89-86 over Arizona State last Friday, and will look to punch their tickets to Madison Square Garden against the Friars.

ESPN's David Ubben discusses if Baylor football has what it takes to be a contender next year, with a new quarterback and a hopefully improved defense. Returning running back Lache Seastrunk might be the most talented player at that position in the Big 12 this season, and will bolster an unproven Bear offense.

Baylor Baseball looks to move to 6-2 in midweek games at UT San Antonio tonight, taking on the Roadrunners at 6:00 PM. UTSA broke Baylor's record breaking winning streak on April 24th last year, but the Bears took revenge in May, beating San Antonio 14-3. All Baylor Baseball games are broadcast on ESPN 1660 AM.

29th-ranked Baylor Men's Tennis hosts 24th-ranked Cal this afternoon at 1:00 PM, looking to improve to .500 versus ranked opponents in the 2013 season. Baylor starts their Big 12 set in two matches, hosting non-conference Memphis before travelling to Texas Tech on April 7th.