Baylor junior quarterback Bryce Petty said Wednesday he will return for his senior season.
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.STAPLES: Sizing up potential BCS controversies before Championship Saturday