Big 12 football: Beware Robert Griffin’s high-stepping at Baylor
Baylor coach Art Briles worries a little about the new celebration rule, which will negate a touchdown if the unsportsmanlike conduct occurs before the TD is scored.
You would, too, if Robert Griffin was your quarterback.
Briles trotted out the name of Edwin Moses, the epic Olympic hurdler from the 1970s and 1980s. Griffin is an elite-level hurdler, too. Briles said Griffin is like Moses. “He’s not low-stepping,” Briles. “His knees (are) up. He’s stepping long. He’s stepping pretty. I’d hate to see some line judge consider that taunting.”
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