Baylor Cruises Past Prairie View A&M; 90-63

The Baylor Bears returned home on Saturday after a successful west coast road trip to face Prairie View A&M. The Bears easily handled the Panthers; 90-63. Baylor fans also got their first look at guard Kendall Wright making his hardwood debut after his first season on the gridiron.
December 14, 2008

Baylor 15-2; 3-0 in Big 12

The Baylor Bears victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers was big on many different levels. It was the first conference road win for the Bears since 2004, but more importantly, it moved the Bears to 15-2 overall and 3-0 in conference play.
January 20, 2008

Baylor Tops Oklahoma State

The Baylor Bears, playing without star sophomore Kevin Rogers, beat the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Saturday, 86-82. Scott Drew and the Baylor Bears will look to ride the momentum into the Big 12 tournament.
March 3, 2007

Preview: Mizzou at Baylor

Tonight in Waco, the Baylor Bears (1-7) hope to rebound from a tough loss when they face off against the Missouri Tigers (10-10,3-6).
February 6, 2006

Bears Fall to Huskers

The Baylor Bears started off their game tonight in Lincoln right where they had left off – raining three pointers and leading the game.
February 4, 2006

Preview: Baylor at Nebraska

The Baylor Bears take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers this evening at 8 central in Lincoln. It's a match-up of two teams that have arrived at this point in the season by very different paths.
February 3, 2006

Baylor Wins 1st of the Season

What might have been? That's a question Baylor fans are asking themselves after tonight's 72-70 overtime victory over Kansas State. What might have been had the NCAA not punished players and coaches that had nothing to do with the prior problems under the former basketball coach at Baylor? What might have been had the Bears had a chance to work out the kinks against non-Big XII opponents?
February 1, 2006

Bears Continue Struggles

Last night was not the night the Baylor Bears put it all together. In playing only its fifth game of the season, the Bears ran into a vibrant Oklahoma team who handed them an 82-52 loss. The Sooners shot 50% from the floor and had 4 players score in double figures.
January 26, 2006