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
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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