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Baylor's Robert Griffin III Makes Late Season Awards Push

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Robert Griffin III, Baylor

Robert Griffin III is one of the Top 5 finalists for the 2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, a distinction awarded to the nation's top senior quarterback and one that rewards character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game. Please click here for a full list of the 2011 Golden Arm Award nominees.

RGIII, as he is known around Waco, is easily the most dangerous dual-threat quarterback in football this season. The senior may not be solely responsible for the football resurgence at Baylor, but he is the primary source. His play-making ability has led Baylor to five Big 12 wins — with one game to play — for the first time in history. He tossed a touchdown pass in the final minute to give Baylor its first-ever win over Oklahoma.

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Griffin has thrown for more than 3,600 yards this season and 34 touchdowns while getting intercepted just five times. He can frustrate defenses with his legs as well, accounting for 612 yards on the ground so far this season.

Passing

Cmp

Att

Pct

Yds

Y/A

TD

Int

Rate

2011

252

347

72.6

3,678

10.6

34

5

191.1

Career

761

1,137

66.9

9,751

8.6

75

16

157.9

Rushing

Att

Yds

Avg

TD

2011

149

612

4.1

7

Career

498

2,167

4.4

30