NEW ORLEANS -- Baylor senior point guard Tweety Carter has the look and demeanor of an old soul.
He wears his hair military style, shorn in back and on the sides with growth on top. His eyes seem sullen and pensive. His face is still, emotionless. He sits at the dais behind a microphone patiently answering questions the day after Baylor won its first NCAA tournament game in 60 years and the day before he hopes to lead the program to its first-ever Sweet 16.