Terrance Ganaway was an overlooked aspect of Baylor's big season-opening win over TCU. The burly 240-pounder rolled for 120 yards, but quarterback Robert Griffin III's skills through the air stole the spotlight.
Ganaway used his 12 carries to run for 120 yards and a touchdown in the first half as Baylor shook off a shaky start, which featured a Ganaway fumble in the red zone, to take a 21-14 lead over Iowa State at halftime.
The Bears offense scored all 21 of its points in the second quarter, helped by Ganaway and Griffin III's 15-of-19 passing for 140 yards and a touchdown.
Running back Jarred Salubi also had an early fumble, but the Bears have it rolling after the turnovers to start the game.