The Baylor Bears and the Washington Huskies are well on their way to a shootout in the Alamo Bowl. In Baylor's first drive, the Bears drove 85 yards in 13 plays, culminating in a 11-yard strike from Robert Griffin III to Kendall Wright. The Bears converted on a critical 4th-and-1 at Washington's 14 yard line to keep their drive alive.
Washington answered right back driving 68 yards in seven plays. Keith Price was a perfect 2-for-2 including a 42-yard pass to senior wide receiver Devin Aguilar. Four Chris Polk runs brought the Huskies to Baylor's five-yard line, setting up a Keith Price 5-yard touchdown scramble.
The Huskies have shown an inability to stop Griffin and the Baylor offense so far. In their second drive, Baylor drove 68 yards in five plays. In their second fourth down attempt, Baylor's Jarred Salubi broke out for a 36 yard touchdown run.
Washington had another three-and-out, and Baylor drove 82 yards in 12 plays. Griffin broke several tackles en route to a 24-yard touchdown run. Baylor is currently 3-for-3 on 4th down conversions.