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Robert Griffin III Wins Heisman

Robert Griffin III wins the Heisman Trophy. (AP photo)
Robert Griffin III became the first player from Baylor to win the Heisman Trophy Saturday night, beating out a talented group of players. The Bears quarterback had 405 first-place votes and 1,687 total points. Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck finished second with 1,407 points. Alabama running back Trent Richardson was third, Wisconsin running back Montee Ball was fourth and LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu finished fifth.

On our college football web show this week, all three of us went with Griffin III to win the Heisman Trophy.

Luck finished as runner-up for the second straight year, only the fourth player in history to do that. Darren McFadden also accomplished the feat for Arkansas in 2006 and 2007.

Richardson had 138 first-place votes and 978 points, Ball had 348 points and Mathieu finished with 327 points.

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