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If there is a more underwhelming team in America, let me know. Baylor embarrassed themselves on Saturday, dropping a home game against listless Texas Tech, playing right into what everybody says about coach Scott Drew: great recruiter, terrible coach.
Texas Tech had no Mike Singletary, and watched their two big men, Jaye Crockett and D'walyn Roberts, foul out within the first ten minutes of the second half. Still, Baylor couldn't convert.
Coming into the game, I would have given Baylor a bid. After, I'd be happy to see them in the NIT. They looked terrible in their game before Texas Tech (a 64-50 win over NAIA Wayland Baptist), and their only impressive win of the season is a two point win at Texas A&M.
Currently in a three-way tie for fifth in the Big 12, Baylor will need to go at least 3-1 in their final four games (at Missouri, Texas A&M, at Oklahoma State, Texas), and then probably win at least a game in the Big 12 tournament to give themselves a shot.