Notebook: Red Raiders vs. Baylor Bears

Here are the notes you need to know about before the Bears and Red Raiders clash today.

- Texas Tech enters the game 7-6 overall and winless in Big 12 play after losing the opener on the road to Oklahoma State on Wednesday


- Baylor opened Big 12 play with a 61-52 win against Texas A&M to continue its winning streak and improve to 14-0


- Baylor is only one of four remaining undefeated teams, joins Missouri, Murray State and No. 1 Syracuse


- The Bears enter the game ranked No. 4 in the most recent Associated Press Poll and No. 5 in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll, which are both highs in program history


- Baylor is the only Division 1 school with both their men's and women's basketball programs undefeated


- This is the 123rd meeting between Baylor and Texas Tech, there have been 57 games in Waco and this will mark the 58th game in Lubbock


- The Red Raiders have been exceptionally good in Lubbock leading the series 41-16, but the Bears have won the past two games in the United Spirit Arena


- Jordan Tolbert is only a freshman, but has been opening eyes around the country leading the team in scoring averaging 15.2 points per game – which ranks third nationally among all freshmen


- Tolbert went for 13 points and 13 rebounds in Tech's loss to Oklahoma State, which was his first double-double of the season


- Another player that got his first double-double of the season in the first game of Big 12 play was Baylor sophomore Perry Jones III with 14 points and 12 boards against Texas A&M


- Jones enters the game leading the Bears in scoring 13.4 points per game and second with 7.3 rebounds per game behind Quincy Acy


- Acy has been known for his dunking and he will as 51 percent of his career field goals have been dunks


- Bears and Red Raiders clash at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday inside the United Spirit Arena and the game can be seen on the Big 12 Network, or ESPN Fullcourt

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