Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III cannot catch a break. Three years ago, he was the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Now, he is the Redskins' third-string quarterback.

And his statue at his alma mater, Baylor, was vandalized.


The statue has some sort of purple substance on it, which points the blame at TCU.

TCU and Baylor are ranked No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, in the AP Poll. The two rivals play on the final game of the season on Nov. 27. Last year, Baylor delivered TCU its only loss, 61-58, in Waco.

No one is saying this vandalism is the work of TCU fans, but no one is saying it is not. TCU, in Fort Worth, is less than 90 miles from Baylor.

The statue may read, "TCU FU," so this could also be a Baylor fan taunting the Horned Frogs on a Bears statue.

Griffin won the Heisman Trophy at Baylor in 2011. He is the program's career leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, completion percentage and total offense, among other categories. Baylor erected the Griffin statue in 2014.

And RG3 has not been the same since.

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