Tony Gutierrez, Associated Press
WACO, Texas — Pierre Jackson scored 13 points to lead a balanced scoring attack and had consecutive assists on slam dunks that put No. 6 Baylor ahead to stay in a 69-42 victory over Bethune-Cookman on Wednesday night.
Jackson had a steal then a bounce pass to Deuce Bello for a dunk, and turned another Bethune-Cookman turnover right after that into a pass to Anthony Jones for another slam. That was part of an early 10-0 run that put the Bears (8-0) ahead to stay.
Baylor has won its first eight games for the first time under 10th-year coach Scott Drew.
While the Bears had plenty of high-flying dunks, the highlight for many fans was Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III being honored at halftime. He is the school's first Heisman winner.
Garrius Holloman had 13 points to lead Bethune-Cookman (3-7).
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