Congratulations: Big Azz Brittney Griner Scores Record-Breaking 50 Points In Final Regular Season College Game!

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NCAA Women's Basketball 2013: Baylor vs Kansas State MAR 04

Ain’t nobody fawkin’ with Big Brit, Brit, Brit, Brit, Brit

Brittney Griner Scores 50 Points In Last Regular Season College Game

Via BleacherReport

It was close, but the Kansas State Lady Wildcats eventually pulled away, knocking off Brittney Griner, 68-50, Monday night.

Unfortunately for those Wildcats, Griner’s teammates pitched in another 40, capping off the superstar’s epic night with a 90-68 win for Baylor in Waco, Texas.

Her box score verged on comedic. In 38 minutes, the 6’8″ senior went 21-of-28 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line en route to 50 points. She also chipped in six rebounds, two assists and two blocks, as top-ranked Baylor finished the regular season at 29-1 overall and 18-0 in the Big 12, their second consecutive undefeated conference title.

The 50-point effort in Griner’s final collegiate regular-season game is a storybook ending for a truly marvelous career.

“It means everything to just go out with a bang like that,” Griner said. “Got a dunk finally at home, scored 50. I mean there’s not a better way to go out.”

Last season, Griner averaged 23.2 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 5.2 blocks to lead the Bears to a national championship. Before Monday night’s outing, she was averaging another 22.3 points (fourth in the nation), 9.0 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 4.1 blocks (second in the nation).

She’s a beast, clap for her.

Image via AP

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