Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III Talks Heisman, Baylor and Redskins

An exclusive Q&A with RG3
<p> An Exclusive Q&amp;A with Robert Griffin III</p>

Robert Griffin III, the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor and No. 2 pick overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins, is quickly becoming one of the most recognizable faces in sports. Recently RG3 sat down with Baylor Bear Insider editor Jerry Hill for Athlon Sports Monthly and provided some insight about his well-decorated past and a future with endless potential.

Robert Griffin III Should Win the Heisman over Andrew Luck

The Athlon editors cast their final ballots for the 2011 Heisman Trophy.

-by Braden Gall (@AthlonBraden on twitter)

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Robert Griffin III And Baylor Can Score At Will This Year

The Bears' offense is one of the most explosive in the nation
<p> The Bears' offense is one of the most explosive in the nation</p>

By Rick Rogers

WACO, Texas — Surrounded by a cluster of children dressed in Baylor Bear green and gold and with flashes popping nearly every second from the photographers following his every move, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III couldn’t keep the big grin off his face.

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 10

Oklahoma State Dealing With Pressure

With trip to title game in reach, Cowboys must remain focussed
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<p> With trip to BCS National Championshp Game in reach, Oklahoma State must remain focussed</p>

By Mitch Light

There were plenty of teams that posted more significant wins, but you can make a strong case that no team was as impressive as Oklahoma State last weekend. Six days after climbing to No. 3 in the BCS standings, the Cowboys dismantled a solid Baylor team with stunning ease. The Pokes led 21–0 after one quarter, 35–0 at the half and 49–3 through three quarters en route to a 59–24 victory.

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 9

College Football's First Half Awards

Who are the nation's best players at the halfway point of the 2011 season?

As is the case at every halfway point of the college football season, many preseason predictions have come true exactly as anticipated – Alabama, Oklahoma, LSU, Oregon, Stanford – while others have fallen painfully into bust category – Florida State, Ohio State.

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