WACO Two weeks after lighting up the college football world with an upset of then-No. 14 ranked TCU, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III was back at it despite some interference by Mother Nature.
Griffin had 343 yards of total offense including 78 rushing and three touchdowns through the air as he led No. 19 Baylor to a weather-shortened 48-0 beatdown of Stephen F. Austin in just three quarters of play Saturday evening at Floyd Casey Stadium. With lightning and rain threatening from the northeast, interrupting play twice, the last of which forced the game to get called with 2:58 remaining in the third quarter at the insistence of both head coaches. The final three minutes were run off by officials as players and coaches shook hands at midfield.
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