Another one off the market - Anne Hathaway is engaged.
Apparently the Heisman trophy award was not handed to Stanford QB Andrew Luck 48 hours after he declared his intention to return to college for his senior season. Who knew?
According to NCAA.org, Baylor's schedule is the eighth most difficult in the country. (The hardest? - Kansas and Auburn).
At the very minimum Baylor QB Robert Griffin III must be invited to NYC for the Heisman trophy ceremony. If Baylor beats Texas on Saturday in Waco, that means RGIII will have played a big game and he should win the Heisman award.
RGIII is playing on Saturday against the Horns. He suffered concussion-like symptoms against Texas Tech on Saturday but Baylor coach Art Briles said he's OK.
With all due respect to Luck, Houston QB Case Keenum and Alabama RB Trent Richardson, RGIII means more to his team than the others. You can make a strong argument that Houston is dead without Keenum, but RGIII gets the nod simply because the opponents he's faced are far superior.
And RGIII has had better seasons than Luck or Richardson.
Griffin has accounted for nearly 4,300 yards and avarages just under 9 yards per play. These are PlayStation3 numbers.
The other players are wonderful and are having Heisman-worthy seasons, but what RGIII is doing is to nearly single-handedly resurrect a program that had been non-existent for years. He needs to be in NYC for the ceremony. If Baylor wins on Saturday, he should win the award.
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