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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Nick Jean-Baptiste
His relentless drive to excel merges the elements of Robert Griffin III — the supremely gifted athlete, the quiet kid from central Texas, the hopeless romantic, the charismatic leader, the passionate student — into one package. He is RG3.
In Waco, Texas, there are many measures of how Robert Griffin III and coach Art Briles helped revive Baylor's football program since they arrived together more than four years ago. As the Washington Redskins target Griffin with the second pick in next week's draft, it symbolizes the quarterback's potential to turn around a woebegone franchise that hasn't won a division title since 1999.
"He'll never say, 'I'm the superstar, so I'm not going to do much,' " Jean-Baptiste said.
"It was just awful back in the day five years ago," said Jean-Baptiste, a second-team all-conference defensive tackle. "People [on campus] were wearing A&M stuff, Texas stuff. They didn't care because nobody really cared about Baylor."