Two weeks before starting classes at UW, Jake Browning completed his high school career in perfect style.
The quarterback from Folsom High School wrapped up a 16-0 season by setting another national record in a 68-7 victory over previously undefeated Oceanside High in the California Division I championship bowl game Friday night in Carson, Calif.
Browning, who signed a financial-aid agreement with the Huskies in September, threw for 443 yards and six touchdowns to give him a national record-tying 91 touchdown passes on the season. He had set the career prep record for passing touchdowns a few week ago, and finished his career with 229.
He also rushed for a touchdown on Friday night. He finished the season with just seven interceptions.
Folsom actually trailed Oceanside 7-0 early before ripping off 68 unanswered points, setting a national record with 915 points this season, according to Joe Davidson of the Sacramento Bee.
Browning said this week that he will begin classes at UW on Jan. 5, three days after the Huskies wrap up their first season under Chris Petersen in the TicketCity Cactus Bowl against Oklahoma State.
Jake Browning has passed for 443 yards and 6 TDs,giving him a national record-tying 91 on the year and 229 for his career.
— Joe Davidson (@SacBee_JoeD) December 20, 2014
Browning doesn't wow you physically, decent athlete, good not great arm but man is he smart, poised, efficient, game slows down for him
— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) December 20, 2014