Posted December 09, 2011 on
Alright, here we go, down to Texas to play a team from Texas in a full house, on national TV (ESPN HD), against one of the most exciting players in all of college football. There is no doubt the 7-5 Washington Huskies will be a decided underdog to the 9-3 Baylor Bears, who just happened to have finished their season on a five-game winning streak, including wins over both Oklahoma and Texas.
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Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, who helped lead the Bears to a 9-3 record in 2011 and an Alamo Bowl bid, has been named the recipient of the 2011 Heisman Trophy.
He wasn’t on the radar of many as a potential Heisman candidate before the season but after the year he put together it’s hard to argue against Robert Griffin III becoming the 77th winner of the Heisman Trophy and the first from Baylor University. He started the season on fire, having more TD passes [...]
Robert Griffin III has been too caught up in the moment to really consider how much he's done to change the perception of Baylor.
When Griffin finally slows down and thinks about it, he may realize just how unimaginable it all seemed when he first arrived on the private school campus in central Texas nearly four years ago.
The dual-threat playmaking quarterback known as '...
Before the season, back in July or August when anything is still possible, Baylor mailed a series of trading cards to members of the media touting Robert Griffin III's statistics and assorted accomplishments over his first three seasons. A standard reminder from one of college football's most neglected outposts: Hey, our quarterback is pretty good. You know, in case you...
Take a look at senior highlights of Richardson Pearce playmaker Corey Coleman, who has already made a commitment to play for the Baylor Bears in college.
The dual-threat quarterback becomes the first Baylor player to win the honor after leading the Bears to thrilling late-season wins over Oklahoma and Texas.Two years after Alabama claimed its first Heisman Trophy, Baylor finally bagged one of its own.