WACO, Texas (AP) — Baylor coach Scott Drew was a little worried after warm-ups that his team might come out flat, so he re-emphasized the importance of the game and getting off to a good start.
The No. 2 Bears then went out and quickly rebounded from their first Big 12 loss, with five players scoring in double figures in their most lopsided conference win this season, 85-66 over Kansas State on Tuesday night.
“After the Kansas game, everybody was a little worried we were going to have a bad game because every time people play bad after Kansas,” Baylor guard MaCio Teague said. “We put it behind us and we were 0-0.”
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