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Baylor home game against West Virginia rescheduled for Feb. 25, tip-off time TBD

February 15, 2021
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WACO, Texas – The previously-postponed Baylor men’s basketball home game against West Virginia has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 25, the Big 12 Conference office announced Monday.

Tip time and TV network are to be determined. The game was originally slated for Jan. 12, but was postponed and rescheduled for Feb. 18, which was also postponed. Fans with tickets and parking to the Jan. 12 game can use those for the rescheduled game on Feb. 25.

Baylor has five potential games which could be rescheduled during the open week between Monday, March 1 and Sunday, March 7, though all five will not be able to be rescheduled.

Baylor is ranked No. 2 nationally after matching the best start in program history with a 17-0 mark, including a 9-0 record in Big 12 Conference play. The Bears won 83-69 on the road at No. 6 Texas in their most recent game on Feb. 2. 

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BAYLOR MBB 2020-21 UPDATED HOME SCHEDULE

Dec. 9 – Baylor 83, SFA 52

Dec. 21 – Baylor 99, UAPB 42

Dec. 29 – Baylor 93, Central Arkansas 56

Dec. 30 – Baylor 105, Alcorn State 76

Jan. 6 – Baylor 71, Oklahoma 61

Jan. 18 – Baylor 77, Kansas 69

Jan. 27 – Baylor 107, Kansas State 59

Jan. 30 – Baylor 84, Auburn 72

Feb. 20 – Oklahoma State (3 pm)

Feb. 23 – Iowa State (7 pm)

Feb. 25 – West Virginia (TBD); rescheduled from Jan. 12 & Feb. 18

TBD – vs. Texas (rescheduled from Dec. 13)

TBD – vs. TCU (rescheduled from Feb. 6)

TBD – vs. Texas Tech (rescheduled from Feb. 13)

POSTPONED GAMES WHICH COULD BE RESCHEDULED

Dec. 13 – vs. Texas

Feb. 6 – vs. TCU

Feb. 10 – at Oklahoma

Feb. 13 – vs. Texas Tech

Feb. 15 – at West Virginia

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Baylor home game against West Virginia rescheduled for Feb. 25, tip-off time TBD

1,580 Views | 5 Replies | Last: 17 days ago by jumpinjoe
Dan.M1000
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Does anyone know how the Big 12 regular season champion will be decided this year? For example, would a 13-5 Kansas be considered the winner over a 12-1 Baylor just by having played more games?
IowaBear
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I hope you're joking
chriscbear
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I think the words covid and mail in ballot should be stricken from the English language. It gets old.
CST Bear
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if we use the bye week to schedule three games (and they're played) that would get us to 16 conference games played. Not bad.

With KC the following weekend, we could play 10 games three weeks, that would be fun and probably a great way to get warm for the tourney. Hope it happens.
Just remember it could always be worse (Sloan, Stanton, Steele)
jumpinjoe
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Didn't they determine the football champion based on winning percentage? However it was determined, most likely they will do the same for basketball.
Joined BaylorFans in 1999 under username jumpinjoe. Have always been Jumpinjoe. Proud 4 Year Baylor letterman and 1968 graduate and charter member of Quartermiler U, produced school record in 400 IH.
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