Griffin feeling good after Baylor back to practice



WACO, Texas (AP) — Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III says he’s feeling good, with no lingering effects from the concussion-like symptoms that knocked the Heisman Trophy hopeful out of the 19th-ranked Bears’ last game.

Griffin said Wednesday that he enjoyed getting back on the practice field because he proved to himself that he was OK.

It was the first time he had thrown a football since Baylor’s 66-42 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. He didn’t play after halftime because of a hard hit he took to the helmet.

The Bears (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) close out their regular season at home Saturday against Texas.