The Division I record for yardage in a single game is 1,554 yards, posted mostly by Georgia Tech against Cumberland in 1916's 222-0 squeaker. This is relevant here, since at the end of the third quarter the Washington Huskies and Baylor Bears have combined for 1,160 yards. Yeah, this game is on pace to challenge for the all-time mark.
The score is 53-49 in favor of Baylor.
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The bowl record is a scant 1,211 yards, which could be shattered by the time I'm finished posting this.
The record for points scored in a single bowl game is 125, which came in 2001 between Marshall and East Carolina. That record is also in line to fall. (Alabama has allowed 106 points all season, for further reference.)
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