The Cyclones came to Waco, Texas hoping to give Baylor their first loss of the season, but the Bears won in a big way 71-7.
12th-ranked Baylor scored a total of four touchdowns and two field goals in the first half.
ISU made no successful scoring plays throughout the half, and even put in second-string quarterback Grant Rohach to see if he could turn the game around.
But ISU was no match for the Baylor defensive line and was unable to put any points on the board until the very end of the game.
Baylor's offense continued to be a scoring machine in the second half, with five more touchdowns. ISU made it's only successful scoring attempt with less than a minute left in the game when DeVondrick Nealy scoring a 27-yard touchdown.
Baylor immediately answered with a 97-yard return touchdown.
The blowout ended with a final score of 71-7.
The Cyclones will take on Oklahoma State in Ames next Saturday at 11 a.m.
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