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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
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.
Art Briles panicked the first time he saw Robert Griffin III throw a football in person. It was that feeling you get when a secret you must keep is close to getting out.
"Robert is such a hard worker, and he's not pointing blame on anybody," Montgomery said.
"When we go out to warm up quarterback-wise, they're chanting 'RG3!' in the stands, and he hasn't taken a snap," Montgomery said. "He was a main attraction the first day he came onto campus."