Baylor’s Robert Griffin III Wins Heisman Trophy
For the first time in Baylor history, they have a Heisman trophy winner in quarterback Robert Griffin III. Receiving the trophy in New York, Griffin is the 77th player to be honored with the highest individual accolade in collegiate football. The junior quarterback, who led Baylor to a 9-3 record this season, collected 405 first-place votes and 1,687 overall points to beat Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, who captured 247 first-place votes and 1,407 points. Griffin passed for 3,998 yards and 36 touchdowns and also rushed for 644. Griffin's passer rating of 192.31 shattered the NCAA record, and he led Baylor to its first nine-win season since 1986. Read more of the full story.