Dec 30, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff (1) is tackled by Texas Longhorns corner back Quandre Diggs (6) during the first half at Alamo Dome. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Oregon's Josh Huff says his records are unimportant


Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff ended his college career in spectacular fashion on Monday night, finishing the Alamo Bowl with five receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown. Huff set the single-season school mark for receiving yards (1,140), breaking the previous record that had stood for over four decades, and he also tied former teammate Jeff Maehl’s single-season touchdown mark (12). He also put himself in a four-way tie — with Maehl, Keenan Howry, and Cristin McLemore — for most career receiving touchdowns in Oregon history with 24.

Huff was asked after the game about his place atop the record books and what that means to him. His response?

It still doesn’t mean anything to me. It’s a pleasure to be in the record books, but records come and go, but the victory stays forever and the memories I made with my teammates today and this season (The Oregonian).

The 5-foot-11, 202-pound Huff is considered to be a top-ten receiving prospect by various NFL Draft prognosticators.

[Source: The Oregonian]

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