South Regional 3rd Round: (3) Baylor 80 – (11) Colorado 63


ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Brady Heslip hit nine three-pointers as Baylor cruised into the Sweet Sixteen with an 80-63 win over Colorado.

Heslip was 9 of 12 from long range and fell two shy of tying the NCAA Tournament record of 11, set by Loyola Marymount’s Jeff Fryer in 1990.

Baylor advances to play the Xavier-Lehigh winner in a South Regional Semifinal next Friday.

Dave Sims and Michael Cage called the action on the Westwood One Radio Network.

(Brady Heslip’s three makes it 10-7 Bears early)

(Quincy Acy’s blocks leads to a Pierre Jackson layup)

(Heslip’s 6th three of the first half makes it 37-33 Baylor)

(Carlon Brown puts Colorado up 53-51)

(Heslip hits from distance again to make it 66-60 Bears)

(Heslip hits his ninth triple to make it 72-60)

(Perry Jones III puts the nail in the coffin with a three to make it 75-60)


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