The Baylor Bears Robert Griffin III had one last chance to impress Heisman Trophy voters in his season finale against the Texas Longhorns. Griffin had another great game as he scored four touchdowns -- two in the air and two on the ground -- passed for 291 yards and rushed for another 31.
The game itself saw a close first half where Texas was able to keep it close with Baylor as quarterback Case McCoy passed for 353 yards, three touchdowns but the four interceptions are really what hurt Texas' chances this afternoon.
At the half Baylor only led 24-21 and the game was tied at 24 apiece as Texas was able to kick a field goal to start the third quarter. After that Texas field goal Baylor ran off 24 unanswered points to put this contest to bed and win 48-24.
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