Robert Griffin III ran for two touchdowns and
passed for two more to lead No. 19 Baylor to a 48-24 win over
Texas, capping the Bear's best regular season in 25 years and
perhaps doing enough to persuade Heisman Trophy voters he's the
best player in college football.
Baylor's defense, ranked among the worst in nation, gave up a
14-0 lead but forced also forced six turnovers, three of them
setting up Baylor touchdowns.
Baylor fans will now wonder if Griffin has played his last home
game for the Bears (9-3, 6-3 Big 12). Griffin, a fourth-year junior
who has already graduated, must decide if he will leave for the
Case McCoy passed for 356 yards and three touchdowns for Texas
(7-5, 4-5) but had five turnovers.