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 WACO, Texas (AP) -Texas guard A.J. Abrams matched the Big 12 record when he made his 338th career 3-pointer Tuesday night.
Abrams made three 3-pointers in the first 14:35 of the 11th-ranked Longhorns' game at Baylor. He matched the conference record set by Jeff Boschee at Kansas from 1999-2002, and has 54 this season.
Abrams is already the Texas career leader for 3-pointers made and attempted (848). Travis Mays is second on the Longhorns list with 246 made 3-pointers from 1987-90.
With 120 3-pointers in 2006-07 and 118 last year, Abrams has the top two single-season marks in conference history. Missouri's Clarence Gilbert also had 118 in 2001-02.
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