Following No. 2 Baylor's first loss of the season on Saturday night, a 71-58 defeat at No. 17 Kansas, coach Scott Drew acknowledged the COVID-19 protocols that sidelined the Bears for 21 days are his basketball team's "kryptonite."
"We were the No. 1-shooting team in the country, and we'll get back to that," Drew said. "But even Superman has kryptonite. And I guess COVID protocols is ours."
Baylor, which entered the game shooting 43.2% from 3-point range, went 6-for-26 from behind the arc. The Bears shot just 8-for-25 from behind the arc in their first game back, a come-from-behind win at Iowa State on Tuesday.