WACO — The scoreboard lit up again, records fell again, and starters barely played in the second half again — only this one counted in the standings.
Yet after its latest statement, a 73-42 whipping of West Virginia that wasn’t as close as the final score, No. 17 Baylor was mostly tired of making statements for its supposed critics.
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