Oct. 19, 2013
12/12 BAYLOR (6-0, 3-0) 71, NR/NR IOWA STATE (1-5, 0-3) 7
FLOYD CASEY STADIUM WACO, TEXAS
OCT. 19, 2013 ATTENDANCE: 46,825
Tonight's matchup was the 12th meeting in the all-time series. Baylor is now 6-6 all-time against Iowa State, including a 3-2 record under Art Briles.
Tonight's attendance was the 13th-largest in Floyd Casey Stadium history and the largest against an opponent other than Texas, Arkansas or Texas A&M.
Baylor's 64-point margin of victory was Baylor's largest ever in a conference game (SWC or Big 12).
Baylor's 64-point margin of victory was the largest by either team in the BU-ISU series history.
Baylor is off to a 6-0 start for the first time since 1980. It's the 6th time the Bears have started a season 6-0.
Baylor is 3-0 in Big 12 play for the first time in program history. The Bears last won their first three conference games in 1985 Southwest Conference play.
Baylor has won 10 straight games dating back to the 2012 season, which ties the longest winning streak in program history (1936-37).
Baylor's 10-game winning streak is tied with Alabama for the nation's 2nd-longest active streak.
Baylor has now won six straight Big 12 Conference games, breaking the program record for most consecutive Big 12 wins (five in 2010).
Baylor has won 31 games over the last three-plus seasons, breaking the school record for most wins in a four-year span.
Baylor is 17-1 at Floyd Casey Stadium since the start of the 2011 season, and the Bears are 21-3 at home over the last three-plus seasons.
Baylor is bowl eligible for a 4th straight season for the first time in program history.
Baylor has won eight straight home games, which is the nation's 8th-longest active streak.
Ahmad Dixon, Eddie Lackey and Tevin Reese served as captains vs. Iowa State.
Baylor is 10-14 in October games under Briles and 27-10 at home in the Briles era.
Baylor is now 31-5 when leading at the half during the Briles era.
Baylor improved to 43-43-4 all-time in Homecoming games and 2-1 when playing Homecoming against Iowa State.
With 714 yards of total offense in the game, the Bears have had at least 400 yards of total offense in 33 straight games dating back to Dec. 29, 2011 -- the 33-game streak is the nation's longest active streak (Texas A&M is next closest at 19 straight entering the day).
Baylor's 714 yards of total offense rank fifth all-time in single-game history -- Baylor has four such games this season and had two total prior to 2013.
Baylor has scored in less than a minute on 21 of its 49 touchdown drives this season (5 of 9 vs. ISU).
The Bears have scored in two minutes or less in 38 of 49 TD drives this season (6 of 9 vs. ISU).
Baylor has scored in the 1st quarter in 22 of its last 23 games dating back to Nov. 19, 2011.
Baylor has scored 30+ points in 24 of its last 26 games and 40+ points in 19 of its last 23 games.
Baylor's defense has held opposing teams to 3-of-16 on 4th-down conversions this season (1-of-2 vs. ISU).
Baylor has completed 21 passes for 40+ yards this season, including 16 for TDs -- the Bears had 4 plays for 40+ yards vs. ISU, 2 of which went for TDs.
Baylor has racked up 600+ yards of total offense in 7 of its last 9 games.
Baylor's defense has 27 sacks over the last 7 games (5 vs. ISU). The Bears are 22-4 over the last four seasons when recording 2+ sacks in a game.
Baylor's defense has forced 2+ turnovers in 10 of its last 13 games (BU is 11-2 in that span). BU is 20-2 when forcing 2+ turnovers during DC Phil Bennett's tenure.
Baylor threw a TD pass in the red zone for the first time all season -- the Bears' first 19 red zone TDs of the season were all rushing.
Baylor has five 60+ point games this season -- prior to 2013, Baylor had 11 such games in its 111 years of football.
Baylor has four 70-point game this season -- prior to 2013, Baylor had three such games in its 111 years of football.
Baylor's 174 total yards given up are the fewest since it has given up since allowing 172 to Arkansas State on Sept. 8, 2001.
QB Bryce Petty completed 23-of-31 passes for 342 yards and 2 TDs, and he rushed for his 5th TD of the year. He's thrown for 300+ yards and 2+ TDs in all six career starts.
WR Antwan Goodley had a 4-yard TD catch in the 1st quarter and a 36-yard TD catch in the 2nd quarter -- he now has 8 TD receptions on the season after entering the year with 2 TD catches in 24 career games played. His 8 TDs on the season are tied for 6th-most in a season in Baylor history.
Goodley had a career-high 11 receptions, tying the 9th-most in a game in program history.
Goodley (career-high 182 yards -- 9th-best in BU history) had his 5th career game with 100+ receiving yards, tying him with Bruce Davis for 8th-most in BU history.
IR Tevin Reese had his 11th career 100-yard receiving game, passing Gerald McNeil and Reggie Newhouse for sole possession of 3rd-most in program history.
Goodley extended his streak to 7 consecutive games with a receiving TD, but Reese's streak was snapped at 7 games.
RB Lache Seastrunk (18 carries, 112 yards, 2 TDs) has rushed for 100+ yards in 10 of his last 11 games.
Seastrunk had 2 rushing touchdowns to give him 17 for his career -- he's one rushing TD shy of cracking Baylor's career top 10.
PK Aaron Jones made 6 extra points and 3 field goals (21, 22, 51) to bring his program-record career total to 390 points. His 15 points scored were a career high.
Jones made a 51-yard FG (13th-longest in BU history) on the last play of the 1st half -- it was the 10th time in his career he's made a FG on the last play of the 1st half.
Jones has now made a school-record 155 consecutive PATs, and his 240 career PATs made are 13 shy of the NCAA record held by Louisville's Art Carmody (253).
QB Seth Russell had a career-long 40-yard TD run in the 4th quarter -- it was his 3rd rushing TD of the season.
IR Levi Norwood completed a 41-yard pass to Jay Lee, which was Baylor's longest pass by a non-QB since Kendall Wright completed one for 50 yards to Terrance Williams against Kansas on Oct. 2, 2010.
Norwood had a 52-yard punt return touchdown, which was Baylor's first punt return TD since Shaun Rochon returned one 85 yards on Sept. 10, 2005 vs. Samford.
Norwood has a team-high streak of 20 straight games with at least one reception.
NB Sam Holl had his 7th career interception (1st of season).
CB Joe Williams had his 6th career interception (2nd of season).
DE Chris McAllister recorded his 12th and 13th career sacks to move into a tie for 5th on Baylor's career list with John Garrett.
WR Corey Coleman's 97-yard kickoff return was the seventh-longest in school history and Baylor's first since Terrance Ganaway on Oct. 9, 2010 against Texas Tech.