The top five scorers for No. 1 Baylor all began their college careers elsewhere
STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer
February 13, 2020, 11:10 PM
4 min read
WACO, Texas — MaCio Teague prefers all the time spent in the gym bonding with his Baylor teammates more than that weekend camping trip.
“Actually my least favorite thing that I’ve done since I’ve been here,” Teague said, prompting a chuckle from teammate Freddie Gillespie as he discussed the team retreat that came soon after he transferred to Baylor before last season.
“We all get on the bus and then we pull up and it’s the woods, and they say give us your phones,” Gillespie said. “We