Petty led the nation’s top offense this season and has thrown for 3,557 yards, 28 touchdown passes and two interceptions, guiding Baylor to 10-1 record going into their regular season finale against Texas. He is also second in the NCAA in passing efficiency.
“I will definitely be back next year,” Petty told KWTX-TV in Waco, Texas.
Baylor leads the nation with 635.1 yards and 55.4 points per game and will win the Big 12 Conference and the league’s automatic BCS Bowl bid with a victory and an Oklahoma victory over Oklahoma State.
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