After missing Baylor's first three home games with a well-storied suspension, All-American guard LaceDarius Dunn returned to the lineup. Dunn came out firing, taking three 3-pointers in the first three and a half minutes, making two of them. He made five more in the game, including four in a row to kick-off the second-half, issuing a firm statement that he was back better than ever and the Bears are ready for another Elite Eight run this season.
Dunn looked a bit rusty at times, often forcing himself into poor decisions that will likely correct themselves as Dunn gets back into the speed of the game. He will have plenty of time as Baylor's only real early season test is against Gonzaga in mid-December and then they don't take on another top team for another month before taking on the Jayhawks of Kansas in Waco.