Robert Griffin III has one last chance to impress Heisman Trophy voters when No. 19 Baylor plays Texas on Saturday.
Whether it will also be the final home game for the Bears' program-changing quarterback remains to be seen.
Griffin has carried Baylor (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) to heights not seen in Waco in a generation, and just the idea of a Bears quarterback being mentioned in the Heisman conversation would have seemed preposterous. He will soon decide if he will return to school next season or go to the NFL.
Griffin says he hasn't decided his future yet. His play against the Longhorns (7-4, 4-4) could help a lot of Heisman voters decide just who is the best player in the country.
''I'm not trying to make a decision anytime soon. I'll push it off as long as I possibly can,'' said Griffin, a fourth-year junior who graduated in three years with a political science degree. ''For me, I don't want it to be a matter of money, or whether or not I'm not a high enough (draft) pick so I need to...