The University of Washington’s furious fourth-quarter rally against the Ohio State Buckeyes was commendable, admirable and record-setting. Unfortunately for the Huskies when the final whistle blew to end the 105 RoseBowl game, the Dawgs were six points short of victory as the scoreboard read, Ohio State 28, University of Washington Huskies 23.
Here are sights, sounds and quotes from the game .
ROSE BOWL GAME RECORDS BROKEN OR TIED
Most Combined Pass Attempts—92, Washington (55) & Ohio State (37)
Tied Record: 92, Penn State (31) vs. Oregon (61), 1995
Most Combined Completions—61, Washington (36) & Ohio State (25)
Tied Record: 61, Penn State (20) vs. Oregon (41), 1995
Washington’s 20 fourth quarter points tied for the fifth-most in a
UW Jake Browning: his 54 attempts are the second most in RBG
history (first: 61, Danny O’Neil, Oregon vs. Penn State, 1995);
Washington’s 55 pass attempts are the second most to Oregon’s 61
in the 1995 game;
* UW Andre Baccellia: 12 receptions tied for the third-most in an RBG;
*OSU Parris Campbell: 11 receptions tied for the fifth-most in an RBG;
* UW Ben Burr-Kirven: 9 solo tackles are the second-most in an RBG
* UW’s 35 completions are the second-most in a RBG (record: 41,
Oregon vs. Penn State, 1995);
z*The 160 combined plays are the third most in a RBG; Washington’s
*91 plays are the second-most (Oregon ran 92 in the 1995 game).
Washington was flirting with pulling off the largest
comeback in RBG history, which was set just last year. rallying
from 17 down (31-14) late in the first half. Top comebacks in Rose
Bowl Game history:
SCORING DRIVE BREAKDOWN:
Ohio State scored 28 points on
offense on 33 plays (284 yards);
Washington scored 23 points on
offense in 35 plays (250 yards). Does not include penalty yardage.