The Baylor Bears were back at the Ferrell Center Monday night battling it out for buckets with the Prairie View A&M Panthers.
The Bears started off hot with two back to back threes, the first by Devonte Bandoo and the second, King McClure.
The game got close in the second half, with the Panthers only down by two.
But, Tristan Clark came up with some big plays, and King McClure, the senior, kept the young Bears focused.
Baylor ended up pulling out a win over Prairie View A&M 91-80.
"When we followed what the game plan is we look really good, and then all of a sudden we don't, and we look really bad. So again, that's the great thing about these early games. It gives you game experience, and we're getting a lot of new guys their first experience in situations where, let's face it there's a lot of pressure, you should win your home games early in the year," Head Coach Scott Drew said.
The Bears will be at home again Friday against Nicholls State. Tip off is set for 11 a.m.
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