Why it's on the list: There was a rumbling from Seastrunk heading into this game, but K-State was a heavy favorite with one of the Big 12's best defenses. Seastrunk was a footnote when it came to storyline's entering the game. By the end of the night, amongst a delirious fan base that had stormed the field at Floyd Casey Stadium, Seastrunk was the story of the game. His second career 100-yard rushing game began a streak of four to close the season, and he arose to finish the year as one of the Big 12's best running backs. Seastrunk's 185-yard night was his career high, highlighted by an 80-yard sprint up the middle of K-State's defense that broke the Wildcats' will and any shot they had of keeping their national title hopes alive. The late third-quarter run ended any doubt that Baylor would be knocking off a No. 1 team for the first time in school history and made it clear that Seastrunk would be a serious player in Baylor's offense for the rest of the season and beyond. A flash in the pan? Nope. Maybe the Big 12's best home-run hitter outside of Tavon Austin at West Virginia.