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BAYLOR (16 - 8) at KANSAS ST (19 - 5)
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Saturday, 2/16/2013 7:00 PM
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598KANSAS ST-4.5-5
BAYLOR - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-8-4.410-98-775.534.745.6%
Road Games5-5-0.26-44-573.634.044.5%38.367.432.439.9%35.9
Last 5 Games2-3-3.73-23-172.829.243.2%38.866.029.040.2%37.2
Conference Games7-4-0.76-54-470.330.841.7%39.260.728.038.0%36.8
BAYLOR Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.534.727-6045.6%7-2034.8%14-2067.8%391116167134
vs opponents surrendering66.53124-5741.8%6-1933.5%13-1967.7%361013187143
Team Stats (Road Games)73.634.026-5944.5%8-2039.9%13-1970.7%38913166144
Stats Against (All Games)63.230.524-5939.9%5-1629.0%11-1765.0%351013187143
vs opponents averaging66.831.824-5642.8%5-1732.3%13-2068.0%361013177144
Stats Against (Road Games)67.432.424-6139.9%5-1928.7%13-1967.4%361111178124

KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-5+9.710-114-568.532.843.3%36.459.426.141.2%32.2
Home Games12-1+37-32-073.535.044.8%39.355.223.838.1%31.4
Last 5 Games4-1+3.23-23-168.833.044.0%31.063.830.044.5%31.2
Conference Games8-3+5.26-54-167.332.544.8%30.663.329.544.8%32.0
KANSAS ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.532.825-5743.3%6-1835.8%12-1867.0%361216187124
vs opponents surrendering65.830.724-5641.8%6-1833.5%13-1868.8%341012187133
Team Stats (Home Games)73.535.026-5944.8%7-1935.1%14-2167.7%391417178124
Stats Against (All Games)59.426.122-5241.2%5-1530.4%12-1766.7%32910175143
vs opponents averaging68.632.425-5643.8%6-1834.0%13-1970.0%361013177134
Stats Against (Home Games)55.223.820-5238.1%5-1727.6%11-1665.9%31910186173
Average power rating of opponents played: BAYLOR 74.3,  KANSAS ST 74.3
BAYLOR - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/28/2012@ GONZAGA87-94L9.5W143.5O33-6451.6%311431-5952.5%3310
1/8/2013@ TEXAS TECH82-48W-10W149.5U30-5653.6%411318-5930.5%3115
1/12/2013TCU51-40W-17.5L -22-5440.7%331015-4533.3%3314
1/14/2013@ KANSAS44-61L10.5L142U13-5623.2%401623-6137.7%4514
1/19/2013HARDIN SIMMONS107-38W - -40-7454.1%641418-6428.1%2420
1/21/2013OKLAHOMA ST64-54W-4.5W134.5U21-5141.2%381422-6334.9%3611
1/26/2013@ TCU82-56W-11.5W -27-5747.4%401418-5433.3%308
2/2/2013@ IOWA ST71-79L4.5L148.5O27-6342.9%351225-5942.4%3910
2/6/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST67-69L7W139.5U26-6241.9%441626-7236.1%429
2/9/2013TEXAS TECH75-48W-16W -26-5745.6%451317-5928.8%3717
2/13/2013W VIRGINIA80-60W-8W133.5O27-5350.9%23920-4643.5%3418
2/16/2013@ KANSAS ST              
2/20/2013IOWA ST              
2/23/2013@ OKLAHOMA              
2/27/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
3/2/2013KANSAS ST              
3/4/2013@ TEXAS              

KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2012MISSOURI-KC52-44W-23L -17-5332.1%401116-4833.3%3619
12/31/2012S DAKOTA70-50W-23L -27-5450.0%391716-4932.7%2413
1/5/2013OKLAHOMA ST73-67W-3.5W -27-6045.0%391220-4940.8%2912
1/12/2013@ W VIRGINIA65-64W-1.5L -25-4951.0%281424-4751.1%2714
1/16/2013@ TCU67-54W-11.5W114O27-5648.2%34818-4837.5%3112
1/19/2013OKLAHOMA69-60W-7.5W -22-5044.0%25825-5347.2%3916
1/22/2013KANSAS55-59L3.5L -20-5735.1%281021-4645.7%3513
1/26/2013@ IOWA ST67-73L4L -28-5550.9%281226-5448.1%3510
2/2/2013@ OKLAHOMA52-50W2.5W131.5U21-5637.5%341019-4938.8%3814
2/5/2013@ TEXAS TECH68-59W-11L -23-5343.4%38922-5044.0%204
2/9/2013IOWA ST79-70W-6.5W137O26-5151.0%261426-5349.1%2720
2/11/2013@ KANSAS62-83L8L129.5O20-5040.0%231428-5848.3%4114
2/18/2013W VIRGINIA              
2/23/2013@ TEXAS              
2/25/2013TEXAS TECH              
3/2/2013@ BAYLOR              
3/9/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST              
BAYLOR: After losing to Kentucky in last year's Elite Eight, this will be a new-look Baylor squad without Perry Jones III, Quincy Acy and Quincy Miller'all gone to the NBA. But their leading scorer Pierre Jackson (13.8 PPG) returns for his senior campaign after tallying 5.9 APG last year and always threatening from beyond the arc with a 40.8% clip from beyond the arc. He should thrive as the focal point of the Bears offense and backcourt, joined by junior sharp-shooter Brady Heslip (10.2 PPG, 46% threes), who drained 26-of-48 (54%) from downtown last postseason. That veteran presence in the backcourt will be supplemented by the No. 2 center in the recruiting class, 7-footer Isaiah Austin, who should be expected to contribute immediately. Six-foot-7 freshman Ricardo Gathers is also a heralded newcomer, while fellow first-year L.J. Rose should also be effective off the bench as another great ball-handler for Scott Drew's squad. Replacing that trio to the NBA will be a tall task, but this is one of the few recruiting classes in the nation prepared to deal with such a steep departing crew.
KANSAS ST: Kansas State welcomes former Illinois coach Bruce Weber to the fold as the head coach and he inherits a solid squad with four returning starters. That includes leading scorer Rodney McGruder (15.8 PPG, 5.2 RPG) who is a threat from deep but is also adept at using his body to score down low. Will Spradling (9.3 PPG) is also a key returning member of the backcourt having played 31.2 MPG last year. The frontcourt has undeniable size in 6-foot-11 forward Jordan Henriquez (7.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG) and sophomore bull Thomas Gipson (7.0 PPG, 4.7 RPG), but that duo will need to contribute more buckets than they have in the past for this team to threaten. Weber will need time to build the program here, with no top recruits coming in to help the crew coming back from last season.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (BAYLOR-KANSAS ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Baylor-Kansas St. Preview* ===========================


Baylor (16-8) at Kansas State (19-5), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Coach Bruce Weber prefers not to dwell on his team's most recent disappointing effort, instead focusing on the fact Kansas State still has a share of the Big 12 lead.

Baylor has legitimate hopes for a conference title as well.

The 10th-ranked Wildcats are back home looking to recover from an embarrassing loss in the first of two meetings in two weeks with the Bears on Saturday night.

Kansas State suffered its most lopsided defeat in two years Monday, falling 83-62 at No. 14 Kansas. The points allowed were 10 more than the Wildcats had given up in any other game this season after they entered the contest surrendering a league-low 58.3 per game.

The loss ended a four-game winning streak which had put Kansas State (19-5, 8-3) alone atop of the Big 12. The Wildcats are now tied for the conference lead with the Jayhawks and 17th-ranked Oklahoma State, one game up on Baylor (16-8, 7-4) and Oklahoma with seven to play.

"We're still in first place," Weber said. "I told them if we win the rest of our games, we win (at least a share of) our league. It'll be tough, but at the same time, that's how we have to approach it.

"We can't let one loss become two losses. We have a big weekend coming up with Baylor and West Virginia (on Monday)."

Rodney McGruder, averaging 20.0 points on 52.6 percent shooting over the last three games, said earlier in the week he was confident Kansas State will be able to bounce back.

"We'll see if we're going to go into practice ready to compete or are we going to feel sorry for ourselves. That's the main thing," McGruder said. "I know we're going to come in ready to fight and get ready for Baylor."

The Bears, though, appear ready to make their own stand. They've posted blowout victories over Texas Tech and West Virginia after losing three straight by a combined 13 points. Wednesday's 80-60 rout of the Mountaineers left Baylor in position to tie the Wildcats in the Big 12 standings with a victory Saturday.

The Bears haven't won a league title since sharing the 1950 Southwest Conference championship, and Kansas State last won one in 1977 as a member of the Big 8. These teams also meet March 2 in Waco.

"Every game is a big game. It makes it exciting and I think as a player you want to have a chance to win a conference championship," coach Scott Drew said. "We're in that position, so every game is a 'must game'. We just want to make sure we put our best foot forward."

Drew praised the effort of freshman Rico Gathers, who averages 6.5 points but scored a season-high 22 and hit 7 of 8 from the field. Brady Heslip also had a breakout game, making 6 of 9 from 3-point range and scoring 20 points after combining for 21 over his previous three contests.

"Brady's been shooting on offense, looking for a shot and we always feel good when he's taking shots," Drew said.

Heslip's 54 3-pointers are fourth-most in the Big 12 and teammate Pierre Jackson is second with 58 while leading the conference in scoring (18.9 ppg) and assists (6.2 apg). Baylor is 8-1 when Jackson has at least seven assists, and they're 4-5 when he has more than 20 points.

Jackson averaged 10.7 points in three meetings with Kansas State last season but dished out 8.7 assists per game as Baylor won twice. The Bears won the most recent meeting 82-74 in the Big 12 tournament quarterfinals, and they won 75-73 at Kansas State despite McGruder's 30 points.

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