(SAN ANTONIO) — College football fans will always remember what happened at the Alamo after the Baylor Bears and Washington Huskies battled it out on Thursday night.
Baylor won a wild 67-56 game which broke a record for total offensive yards with 1,377 yards. Bears running back Terrance Ganaway rushed for 200 yards with five touchdowns.
This year’s Heisman trophy winner, Robert Griffin III, ran for a touchdown and tossed one as well. He wouldn’t say if his next step would be to declare for the 2012 NFL Draft in April.
“I want Baylor nation to enjoy this,” Griffin said. “It’s not about me. I’ve got about two weeks. I’ll enjoy this the next day, and then the next day, and then I’ll make it.”
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Lois M. Collins, Deseret News