SAN ANTONIO - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at the Alamodome Thursday night, and was barely able to…
No Defense for Alamo Performance
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III had orchestrated Baylor's 'basketball on grass' offense to absolute perfection Thursday during their opening drive of what would end up being a 67-56 shootout at the Alamo Bowl. Washington was used to seeing up-tempo; this was high octane. The Huskies' Cort Dennison - who had made two big stops to open the game - had barely picked himself up off the Alamodome turf when Griffin began the Bears' next play - a 25-yard scamper and heave to Tevin Reese for 25 yards. And we were off! By the beginning of the second quarter, Sarkisian admitted post-game that he would have thought seriously about going for it on fourth down inside his own 20. The Huskies, who broke out all white uniforms and helmets for the first time in school history, had already hoisted the white flag when trying to defend Griffin and company. "We had to score," Sarkisian would simply say. "We just knew that we needed to score," added UW quarterback Keith Price. "We...
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