Alamo Bowl 2011: Robert Griffin III's Last Game For Baylor?

As the Baylor Bears get ready to take on the Washington Huskies in the 2011 Alamo Bowl, there is a growing possibility it could be Robert Griffin III's last game in college. Before USC quarterback Matt Barkley announced his intentions to stay in school another year, it was believed that Griffin would be coming back to Baylor as well.

Griffin has a sensational season for Baylor, winning the 2011 Heisman Trophy. If this is indeed his last game as a Bear, one can expect that he'll want to go out on a winning note for Baylor.

For more on Robert Griffin III and the Bears, head over to the SB Nation blog Our Daily Bears. For more on the Huskies, check out SB Nation blog UW Dawg Pound. For more on the Alamo Bowl, check out our dedicated stream.

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