Viewers get to see Baylor-Texas A&M five-overtime game at last
DALLAS -- The first Baylor-Texas A&M meeting was the best game of the season that nobody saw on TV.
Baylor outlasted Texas A&M on Jan. 23, winning 116-110 in five overtimes behind a career-high 36 points from Curtis Jerrells. But if you weren't there, you didn't see it, thanks to an unlikely set of circumstances that left the game with no television coverage.
The rematch Wednesday night will be on national TV, and finally, so will the original. ESPN Classic has pieced together a complete ...
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