Terrance GanawayRunning Back | Baylor
You don't see too many 248-pound running backs busting 89-yard touchdown runs, but Ganaway did exactly that in the Bears' 67-56 win over Washington in the Valero Alamo Bowl. That wasn't all.
The Big 12 rushing champion scored five times in the Bears win, and allowed his quarterback, Heisman winner Robert Griffin III, to leave for the NFL with style.
Ganaway played the part of bowling ball, as he'd done so many times this season, and finished his own career the way he'd like to, with a rare bowl win at Baylor.
-- David Ubben