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  Iowa State coach Matt Campbell said his defense was just a little bit off with its detail early in Saturday's game against Baylor. The Bears took full advantage with a fast start, then held on as their special teams and defense handled the rest. Gerry Bohanon threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and Baylor stopped a two-point try with 24 seconds left to beat No. 14 Iowa State 31-29 on Saturday. Breece Hall ran for 180 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries for Iowa State (2-2, 0-1 Big 12) and caught five passes for 51 yards, including a 16-yard score in the final minute that was followed by a failed two-point try.

On the two-point conversion, Brock Purdy went under center after spending most of the day in shotgun and bobbled the snap. That was enough to throw off the play's timing, and Purdy was forced to throw a jump ball that was intercepted by Baylor's JT Woods. "It was supposed to be a play-action, and we felt like it would work knowing that I demand so much attention," Hall said. "It was a bobbled snap, so Brock got out there late. He couldn't get around the edge defender, so he had to throw it up and hope for the best. It just didn't work out." The Bears recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock for their first win over a ranked opponent since they beat North Carolina in the 2015 Russell Athletic Bowl. "It was a team win," Baylor coach Dave Aranda said. "The guys (were) gritting out stuff and not allowing stuff to happen. It's way cool to be on that side of it." - Baylor/AP College Football

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