When fans and spectators sit down to watch a Baylor basketball game at the Ferrell Center, they will notice a lot of energy comes from behind the basket. Originally a club, the Baylor Bear Pit looks to create a unique fan experience for each spectator that walks through the doors of the stadium.
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No. 20 Baylor men’s basketball used a solid first half and strong finish to power past Kansas State 69-42 Saturday afternoon at the Ferrell Center.
No. 19 Baylor men’s basketball stayed hot Wednesday night in its second-straight home for a 77-57 win over Big 12 rival TCU, with five players scoring in double-digits.
No. 19 Baylor men’s basketball has turned some heads this season. With a 16-5 record midway through conference play, the Bears have been able to shake off some preseason questions with several key wins in a tough Big 12 slate.
No. 19 Baylor men’s basketball made a statement last Saturday as it met conference rival Texas for its first meeting this season. Behind an impactful performance from senior guard Kenny Chery, the Bears rolled over the Longhorns 83-60 at the Ferrell Center for their fourth conference win.
From dunking balls into baskets to dunking players into holy water, the Bears have experienced a season of immeasurable growth.
There are 19 active coaches in college basketball who have reached the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament two or more times in their careers. Out of the 19, the youngest is a 43-year-old coach out of Waco by the name of Scott Drew.
For the last 8:05 of the Texas Tech game, Baylor basketball did not make a single field goal. The Bears missed five straight jumpers, all three-pointers, but somehow managed to hang on with a victory on Saturday at the Ferrell Center.
From the time basketball coach Scott Drew first arrived on campus, Baylor’s basketball program has increased exponentially. Since his arrival, Baylor won its first tournament game since 1950, has reached the NCAA Tournament three times and made two Elite Eight appearances.
Fans knew there was something different about Isaiah Austin’s eyes. You could see it when he played. It was hard to place exactly what, but it was obvious. On Jan. 18, Austin made everything clear in a feature that aired on ESPN’s College Gameday.
Isaiah Austin, former five-star prospect, All-Big 12 and future NBA player, is blind in his right eye.