Baylor Comes Back to Beat Iowa State 45-42 on Last Second Field Goal

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AMES, Iowa -- Iowa State has only beaten three Top 15 teams in the last 20 years.

Saturday, the Cyclones had a golden opportunity to add another to the list, but No. 13 Baylor rallied from 14 down in the fourth quarter to win, 45-42.

Chris Callahan kicked a 19-yard field goal with no time left to secure the victory.

A 46-yard touchdown pass to Carson Epps in the third quarter gave ISU a 42-28 lead. However, the Cyclones could only manage seven total yards in the fourth quarter, while Baylor scored 17 unanswered points to win.

Joel Lanning was solid in the loss with 261 yards passing, 57 yards rushing, three touchdowns. Mike Warren rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.

Baylor racked up 647 yards of offense.

Iowa State (1-4, 0-2) hits the road next week to take on Oklahoma State.