Michael Penix Jr. was not quite ready to end his incredible season in the Sugar Bowl.

After producing a second straight electric season for Washington, Penix led the Huskies into the College Football Playoff and a matchup with Texas. Many wondered how Kalen DeBoer’s squad would react, but the offensive line provided great protection for Penix all night long.

As a result, he was able to deliver darts time and time again to his receivers. It started on the very first drive with Penix hooking up with Ja’Lynn Polk for a 77-yard gain. That was just a harbinger of things to come from the Huskies.

Penix would go on to go 29-for-38 passing with 430 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air. He added 31 yards on the ground and did not commit a turnover with Rome Odunze and Polk both going for 100+ receiving yards.

Late in the fourth quarter, Texas closed the gap to 34-28 and had time to keep the game interesting. Fortunately, Penix delivered with one final dart, hooking up with Odunze down the sideline to set up a field goal to make it 37-28.

The Longhorns would keep things interesting in the final minutes of the 37-31 win, but nothing could stop Penix’s special night. He set fans and media alike ablaze with his performance throughout the evening.