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Game updates: Baylor 67, Washington 56 — 2:28 fourth quarter

Post by Ryan Divish on Dec. 29, 2011 at 6:21 pm with No Comments »
December 29, 2011 9:42 pm

Fourth Quarter

2:28 — Washington fails to convert on fourth and 8 and Baylor doesn’t just run the clock out, they scored again as Ganaway scores from 44 yards out. It’s now 67-56 and over.

8:15 — Baylor needs only 1:25 to score again. Robert Griffin III hits Kendall Wright on a 48-yard pass which led to Ganaway’s 4-yard TD run. Baylor leads 60-56

9:40 — Keith Price continues to play like a future Heisman winner. He scrambles away from two tackles and gets into the end zone for an eight-yard touchdown run.  UW leads 56-53

Third quarter

:58 — Nick Folk missed a long field goal, and Baylor capitalized, thanks to 78 yard run from Tevin Reese, which set up a Ganaway 1-yard score. Baylor leads 53-49.

6:01 — And yes, we have another score. Three long runs set up Terrance Ganaway’s 1-yd TD run. It’s n ow 49-46

7:44 — Washington needed 44 seconds to score again. Keith Price hit Jermaine Kearse on a 50-yard completion and then hit Devin Aguilar on the slant for a 13-yard TD. It’s now 49-39 UW.

8:28 — It looked as though the Huskies were going to get a huge momentum swing with Kasen Williams 46 yard punt return, but Chris Polk fumbled on the first play of the drive. On the next play, Terrance Ganaway went 89 yards for a touchdown. Baylor went for 2 and got it. It’s now 42-39.

11:06 — Baylor scores on its first possession of the second, going 80 yards on 11 plays. A big pass interference call on Quinton Richardson set up Jared Salubbi’s 8-yard TD run. UW leads 42-31

14:00 — Well, that was fast. On the second play of the half, Keith Price scrambles his left and throws downfield to an open Jermaine Kearse, who beat the free safety and went 80 yards for a touchdown.

Second quarter

Baylor kicker Aaron Jones boots a 42-yard field goal as time expires in the first half to stop the bleeding for the Bears. UW leads 35-24

:31 — the Huskies force another stop and Chris Polk takes the ball on he first play and goes 56 yards for a TD. The Huskies lead 34-21… 28 unanswered points.

1:38 — The Huskies have a lead as Keith Price scrambles for a 15-yard TD run, making a few ridiculous cuts and a ball fake along the way. Huskies lead 28-21.

4:52 — The Huskies show some fight after forcing Baylor to actually punt, Keith Price puts together a nice drive, hitting Jesse Callier on a 24-yard pass and finding Jermaine Kearse for a 33-yard gain to set up his 1-yard TD pass to Devin Aguilar. It’s 21-21.

11:32 — the Huskies stop the bleeding getting a much needed score as Keith Price scrambled away from trouble and hit James Johnson for a 12-yard TD pass. Chris Polk’s big 15 yard run on a third and 9 draw play set up the score.

First quarter

:53 — RG3 shows why he wont the Heisman. On first and 10, he was flushed from the pocket, sidestepped a John Timu tackle, avoided Josh Shirley twice and also got away from Andrew Hudson before breaking free and then racing 29 yards for a touchdown. Baylor leads 21-7

6:03 — And Baylor needs less than a minute to score. On fourth and 1, Jared Sulabbi takes a read option handoff from RG3 and eludes a tackle from Jamaal Kearse at the line of scrimmage and goes 36 yards for the touchdown.

7:26 — The Huskies answer immediately. Keith Price hits Devin Aguilar on a 42-yard completion to start their first offensive drive. A steady dose of Chris Polk runs led to Price scrambling in from 5 yards out for a touchdown. Game tied at 7-7

11:14 — Well, that was fast. Robert Griffin III and the Baylor offense was advertised. They put together a frenzied 12-play 85-yard drive which culminated in a 11-yard TD pass from RG3 to Kendall Wright.

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