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Thursday
Sep102009

Robert Griffin Watch: Week One

CFR is 'adopting' Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin.

Why?

Why not.  He's an unusual player at a secondary program that appears on the ascendant.  Catch a wave, right?

9/5 @ Wake Forest

15/24 (.625) for 136 yards 1 TD/0 INT

123.85 Rating

13 Carries, 41 yards (3.2) average, 0 TD

The lowlight of the outing may have been his fourth quarter fumble at Baylor's 25 that led to a Wake Forest touchdown to cut the Bears' lead from 24-14 to 24-21.  Two Griffin-led drives were spoiled by a blocked field goal and a missed field goal.  Amusingly, Griffin boomed a 59-yard punt after a three-and-out in the first half, the ball downed at the Wake Forest five yard line.

Overall it looks like Griffin had a real tough time completing anything other than short passes after his successful first drive, but was able to use his running ability in tandem with a decent running day from Jay Finley and a trick play touchdown to get first downs, scores, and keep the Bears' offense moving.