Coming into Saturday's game between Baylor and Texas A&M, the expectation was that a star quarterback would standout and help lead their team to victory. So far the star has been Ryan Tannehill over Robert Griffin in College Station as three touchdown passes by Tannehill has given the No. 21 Texas A&M Aggies a 24-14 lead over the No. 20 Baylor Bears.
Tannehill's thrown for 199 yards and found his go-to receiver Ryan Swope for two touchdown receptions and also hit tailback Christine Michael on a 8-yard TD pass midway through the second quarter.
Baylor's offense has done their part, as RG3 has marched the Bears offense on two touchdown drives. On the first touchdown scored of the game Griffin hit Kendall Wright on a 6-yard slant to give Baylor an early 7-0 lead. Griffin then linked up with Terrance Williams on a 77-yard pitch and catch with just under 8 minutes remaining in the second quarter.
Griffin is 17-23 for 223 yards and two TD's thus far. Baylor will receiver the ball in the second half.
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