Philip BlakeCenter | Baylor
Terrance Ganaway wasn't the only big runner in the Valero Alamo Bowl. Baylor had three 100-yard rushers and Blake helped pave the way at center.
The Bears ran for an insane 482 yards and bowl-record seven touchdowns. Washington looked helpless to stop the Bears' running attack, and even the team's dual-threat Heisman winner, Robert Griffin III, didn't top 100 yards.
The Bears had touchdowns of 89, 43, 36 and 24 yards. What a night, and just think, Blake touched the ball on every single snap.
-- David Ubben