Baylor's Griffin on schedule for return

Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin says his surgically repaired right knee is "feeling good" and that he's running again.
Griffin had surgery on his right knee in mid-October to repair a
torn ACL. He said Monday that he expects to be ready for the start
of the 2010 season, but plans to wear a brace as a precaution. He
will be limited in spring practice and likely won't participate in
contact drills.
After a standout freshman season, Griffin was injured in the
third game of his sophomore season last September. He has been
granted a hardship waiver by the Big 12, which means he still has
three seasons of eligibility left.


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