Baylor Vs. Kansas Final Score: Robert Griffin Completes Comeback, 31-30, In Overtime

Baylor had already stormed back in regulation. Kansas decided to make its collapse total in overtime, failing on a potential game-winning two-point conversion in the first overtime and losing, 31-30, after holding a 24-3 fourth quarter lead.

Baylor's Robert Griffin III had four touchdowns in the win, all in the fourth quarter or overtime, and both threw for 312 yards and three scores and ran for 103 yards and another touchdown. His 14-yard throw to Tevin Reese gave Baylor a 31-24 lead in overtime.

But Kansas answered with a Jordan Webb pass to Tim Biere in its first offensive possession of overtime. The Jayhawks couldn't make magic happen on the two-point try, though, with Webb unable to complete a pass.

With the win, Baylor is now bowl eligible at 6-3.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk and brand new Baylor blog Our Daily Bears. Here's the complete Week 11 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation's college football news hub for more.

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