VIDEO: Keith Price's Amazing Alamo Bowl Touchdown Runs

While much of the focus leading into Thursday's Alamo Bowl was rightfully centered around this year's Heisman Trophy winner, Robert Griffin III, Huskies quarterback Keith Price stole the show. WIth the entire college football world tuned in to the Alamo Bowl, Price proved why he is one of the top quarterbacks in the nation going into the 2012 season.

Besides passing for 438 yards and four touchdowns, Price also ran for 39 yards and three touchdowns — two of those runs were highlight worthy. See them after the jump.

This 15-yard touchdown run took place with four minutes to go in the first half. Price pump faked a couple of defenders despite being well over the line of scrimmage. This touchdown broke the 21-21 tie and gave Washington its first lead of the game.

Keith Price ultimate Touchdown (via Fireblade806)

Price's second highlight-worthy touchdown run took place with just under ten minutes left in the fourth quarter. On 3rd-and-goal at Baylor's 8-yard line, Price scrambled to his right after receiving pressure in the backfield. He then was tackled one or two yards short of the end zone but stretched his arm and the football out effectively clearing the pylon and giving Washington a 56-53 lead.

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