MANHATTAN, Kan. -- LaceDarius Dunn tied a school record with nine 3-pointers while scoring 33 points to lead Baylor (No. 23 ESPN/USA Today) past Kansas State 83-65 Wednesday night.
• LaceDarius Dunn scored 33 points off the bench and tied a school-record with nine made 3-pointers to lead the Bears. David Hamilton also hit nine treys against TCU in 1995.
• It is only Baylor's fifth conference road win in their last 34 games.
• Kansas State has lost four straight games after starting 11-3 (all in conference play). It is the Wildcats' first 0-4 start in league play since 1996-97. They are now 7-53 all-time vs. ranked Big 12 opponents.
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Curtis Jerrells had 18 points and Quincy Acy and Kevin Rogers each had 12 for the Bears (15-3, 3-1 Big 12), who led the entire way.Denis Clemente had 17 points for Kansas State (11-7, 0-4 Big 12), which has lost its first four conference games for the first time since the 1996-97 season. Dominique Sutton scored 12 points and Darren Kent added 11 for the Wildcats.The nine 3-pointers by Dunn raised his team-leading total to 61 and tied the record set by David Hamilton in 1995. Dunn came within five of his career-high 38 points, which he scored against Texas Tech on March 8, 2008.The Bears connected on 13 attempts from outside the arc.