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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Bryce Petty
Blake Bortles accounted for 394 yards and four touchdowns, Storm Johnson ran for two early tone-setting scores and No. 15 Central Florida outlasted Baylor 52-42 on Wednesday night in the highest-scoring game in Fiesta Bowl history.
Bryce Petty had to wait behind a Heisman Trophy winner and then another record-setting quarterback for his turn at Baylor.
In what became a de facto Big 12 championship game after Oklahoma State's loss, Bryce Petty threw for 287 yards with touchdown passes on the first drives after halftime and the Bears beat No. 23 Texas 30-10 on Saturday in the final game at Floyd Casey Stadium after 64 seasons.
The Atlantic Coast Conference doesn't take center stage during the football season all that often, so let's give the conference better known for basketball a chance to stick its chest out this week.
Bryce Petty threw for 338 yards and two touchdowns, Lache Seastrunk ran for 150 yards with three scores and Baylor's first-team offense had 576 total yards in only 11 minutes with the ball as the 23rd-ranked Bears beat Buffalo 70-13 Saturday.
"To be honest, when you have someone with that much of a vision and determination for things, it's almost, whoa, that's too much," Bears quarterback Bryce Petty said after the Texas game. "But to be in the spot we're at with this team, I couldn't be more proud. ... I said it all along, this is a special team and it was going to take us places this year."
"That's what hit me," quarterback Bryce Petty said. "This is where it is, this is where that vision was."