Second Round Highlights: (6) Baylor 74 – (11) Nebraska 60


Rico Gathers, Shavon ShieldsSAN ANTONIO – Cory Jefferson had 16 points and six rebounds Friday to pace No. 6 Baylor to a 74-60 NCAA Tournament second-round victory over No. 11 Nebraska.

The Bears led 29-16 at intermission and coasted to the win. Nebraska coach Tim Miles was ejected with 11 minutes remaining and the Cornhuskers fell to 0-7 in tournament history.

Brad Sham and Will Perdue called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Kenny Chery’s jumper gives Baylor an early 16-7 lead.)


(Nebraska coach Tim Miles was ejected after storming toward midcourt.)


(Rico Gathers’ dunk puts the Bears ahead by 20, 60-40.)


(Baylor completes the 74-60 win as the clock expires.)


(Postgame interview with Baylor’s Cory Jefferson.)


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