This will be the 1st meeting between the schools.
Baylor returns 15 starters and 47 letterman from last season's Holiday Bowl champion team.
Griffin III one of four Bears to work out at pre-draft NFL event.
Kendall Wright, Philip Blake and Terrance Ganaway to represent Bears
No. 12 Baylor 67, Washington 56
Alamo Bowl, No. 12 Baylor vs. Washington - AP Photo Gallery
Football vs. Texas - AP Photo Gallery
AP Photos: No. 21 Baylor vs. Texas Tech
|2008||enrolled at Texarkana College - did not compete|
|2010||13/0||46||295||6.4||2||28/at Oklahoma State (TD)|
|2011||13/12||250||1556||6.2||21||89/vs. Washington (TD)|
|BU Career||38/13||364||2051||5.6||28||89/vs. Washington, 2011 (TD)|
|Career||51/14||473||2,601||5.5||34||89/Washington , 2011 (TD)|
2011 HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA
2011 FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG 12
2012 SENIOR BOWL
2012 NFL DRAFT SCOUTING COMBINE INVITEE
2011 VALERO ALAMO BOWL OFFENSIVE MVP
2011 SECOND-TEAM ACADEMIC ALL BIG-12
TWO-TIME BAYLOR DEAN'S LIST
FIVE-TIME BIG 12 COMM. HONOR ROLL
All-American, All-Big 12 and arguably most prolific running back in school history... Set or tied 13 school records as senior in 2011, first and only starting season in three years at Baylor after transferring from University of Houston... Played in 2012 Senior Bowl... 2012 NFL Scouting Combine invitee... Among records set: single-season rushing yards (1,547), single-season rushing TDs (21), single-season points scored (132), single-game rushing TDs (5, tied) and longest rush (89 yards)... Earned Valero Alamo Bowl Offensive MVP honor after monster 200-yard, five-TD performance in Baylor's victory over Washington... Ranks ninth in school history with 2,042 career rushing yards and fourth with 28 career rushing TDs... Career 5.61 yards-per-rush average ranks second in school history... Led Big 12 and ranked 10th nationally with 119.0 yards per game... Ranked third in Big 12 in rushing TDs (21), fifth in scoring (10.2) and fifth in all-purpose yards-per-game (123.0)... Only player in school history with multiple 200-yard rushing games -- all three in 2011 season... Squatted 630 pounds, benched 415 pounds and hang-cleaned 410 pounds, 24 reps in 225-pound bench press... Two-time Dean's List and five-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection... Graduated from Baylor in December 2010 with degree in general studies... Traveled to Kenya for mission trips with Baylor student-athletes in May 2010 and May 2011.
2011 (Senior): Played in all 13 games, making 12 starts at running back... Earned honorable mention All-America honors from SI.com and first-team All-Big 12 honors from league coaches and several media outlets (AP, Dallas Morning News, ESPN.com, CBSSports.com, Yahoo!/Rivals.com, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, San Antonio Express-News, Waco Tribune-Herald) after record-setting senior season... Set or tied 12 Baylor school records: [one career - most 200-yard rushing games (3); eight single-season - rushing yards (1,547), rushing yards-per-game (119.0), rushing touchdowns (21), touchdowns (22), points scored (132), 200-yard rushing games (3), consecutive 100-yard rushing games (3, tied) and rushing yards as a senior (1,547); and four single-game - rushing touchdowns (5, tied), longest rush (89 yards), rushing attempts (42) and all-purpose attempts (42)]... Led Big 12 and ranked 10th nationally with 119.0 yards per game... Ranked third in Big 12 in rushing TDs (21), fifth in scoring (10.2) and fifth in all-purpose yards-per-game (123.0)... Incredible performance earned him Valero Alamo Bowl Offensive MVP honors, ran for career-high-tying 200 yards, scored school-record-tying five rushing TDs and set school record with 89-yard run for TD in Baylor's win over Washington... Named to Yahoo! Sports' All-Bowl team and ESPN.com's All-Bowls team... Named second-team Academic All-Big 12... Named to fall 2011 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Made second career start and rushed then-career-high 24 times for then-career-best 120 yards and TD in season-opening win over No. 14 TCU... Ran nine times for team-high 85 yards, including 41-yard TD, vs. Stephen F. Austin... Carried 18 times for 89 yards and TD vs. Rice; also had two catches for 15 yards and career-first receiving TD... Recorded fifth 200+ yard rushing game in program history, rushing for 200 yards on 23 carries and 3 TDs vs. Iowa State... Carried 23 times for team-leading 88 yards and TD in game seven loss at No. 3 Oklahoma State... Ran 12 times for 186 yards and 2 TDs in Homecoming win over Missouri, including 80-yard TD run... Had 16 carries for 60 yards and 2 TDs in win over No. 5 Oklahoma... Became eighth 1,000-yard rusher in Baylor history with career-best 246 yards (6th 200+ rushing game in program history) in game 11 win vs. Texas Tech... Scored two TDs in win over Texas Tech to set Baylor single-season rushing TD record... 42 carries against Texas Tech are Baylor single-game record... Record-setting performance against Texas Tech earned him Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors by the conference and Rivals.com for Nov. 28... Rushed for 152 yards on 23 carries and 2 TDs in game 12 win vs. Texas...
2010 (Junior): Played all 13 games as reserve junior running back... Totaled 295 yards and two touchdowns, along with four receptions for 44 yards and one kickoff return for 38 yards and TD... 295 rushing yards ranked third on team, 6.4 yards-per-rush average tops among those with 30 or more carries... Earned first-team Academic All-District VI honors from ESPN/CoSIDA... Honored as first-team Academic All-Big 12 member... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2010 and spring 2011... Turned in one of most memorable plays of year with onside kick return for TD vs. Texas Tech (online clip on YouTube has more than 4.3 million views)... Ran for 42 yards on seven carries and had two receptions for 24 yards in season-opening win vs. Sam Houston State... Rushed for Baylor career-high 79 yards on eight rushes in win at Rice in fourth game... Returned onside kick 38 yards for touchdown in first quarter vs. Texas Tech in sixth game... Totaled 60 yards and two touchdowns in six carries at No. 19 Oklahoma State in 10th game... Ran for 200 yards on 21 carries (9.5 average) and five TDs in Alamo Bowl.
2009 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games and earned one start in first season at Baylor in 2009... Sophomore transfer from Houston, totaled 200 yards rushing and team-high five rushing TDs on season... Added 37 yards receiving on two catches... Earned first Baylor letter... Selected to Baylor Dean's List for fall 2009 and spring 2010 and Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for fall 2009 and spring 2010... Scored career-high three TDs on ground and had season-high 43 yards rushing in win over Northwestern State in third game... Ran for 35 yards on four carries (8.8 average) at Iowa State in sixth game... Also had 35 rushing yards and game-clinching TD in season-high 14 attempts in upset at Missouri in ninth game... Had season-long 22-yard rush in Missouri win... Started vs. No. 2 Texas in 10th game, ran for five yards and had one TD.
2008 (Redshirt): Did not participate in football during 2008 season... Transferred from Houston and attended Texarkana (Texas) College.
2007 (True Freshman - Houston): Played all 13 games and earned one start as true freshman at Houston under head coach Art Briles... Rushed for 550 yards and scored six touchdowns, helping Cougars to Texas Bowl bid... One of only two true freshmen to play for Cougars in 2007... Second-leading rusher with 550 yards on 109 carries, ranked third on the team with six rushing TDs... Tied for Houston's longest rush of the season, a 60-yarder against Texas Southern... Tallied a season-high 122 yards and two touchdowns in only 10 rushes vs. TSU... Scored eventual game-winning touchdown midway through fourth quarter on 1-yard run at UTEP.
High School: Two-time Class 2A Offensive Player of Year at DeKalb (Texas) High School, played under head coach Buddy Ray... Named 2006 Team Texas Overall "Most Oustanding Running Back" (all classifications) by TexasHSFootball.com as senior... Team Texas Overall first-team honoree (all classifications) by TexasHSFootball.com... Named APSE Class 2A Texas Offensive Player of Year as senior after rushing for 2,815 yards on 320 carries (8.4-yard average) and 36 touchdowns as senior at DHS in 2006... First-team all-state selection by APSE and TWSA after leading DeKalb to 10-2 record and DI regional semifinals (perfect 6-0 mark in District 15-2A)... Finished stellar prep career with 6,587 yards rushing which ranked 26th all-time in Texas high school history at time of graduation... Scored 78 career touchdowns, 73 rushing... Posted three games of 300-plus yards as senior, 417 on 46 rushes vs. Clarksville, 344 on 27 rushes vs. San Augustine and 317 on 26 rushes vs. Honey Grove... Scored season-high six TDs against Clarksville... Earned 2A Built Ford Tough Texas High School Player of Week honor Nov. 11, 2006, during senior season... Ran for 2,403 yards and 22 touchdowns as junior in 2005... Named APSE Class 2A Texas Offensive Player of Year and first-team all-state following junior season... Also played basketball and was four-year regional qualifier in track and field... Member of National Honor Society and Student Council.
Personal: Son of Joe and Charlor Ganaway... Full name is Terrance Omar Ganaway... Born Oct. 7, 1988, in New Boston, Texas... Uncle is NFL veteran Jeremiah Trotter... Graduated from Baylor in December 2010 with degree in general studies... Currently enrolled in graduate school.