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  • EUR Perspective: Fingers Crossed for RG III

    Sep 5, 13 by EurPublisher 2 Comments


    *It can’t be argued that Robert Griffin III’s freshman year was, simply, one of the most exciting rookie years ever. Coming off that superhuman, Heisman-winning year at Baylor, RG III’s first season delivered acres of hope to a long-suffering, passionate fanbase in Washington – and boy, did he ever live up to the hype. Griffin […]

  • Robert Griffin III A/K/A RG3 Wins AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Award

    Feb 4, 13 by EurPublisher 3 Comments


    *In spite of being labeled a “cornbread brother” by some loser  named Rob Parker, who was fired by his employer, ESPN, Robert Griffin III did his electrifying thing during the 2012 NFL season and has been named the AP (Associated Press) Offensive Rookie of the Year. Griffin got the most love from the 50-member panel […]

  • Robert Griffin lll and Redskins Beat Drew Brees and Saints 40-32 (Highlights)

    Sep 9, 12 by EurPublisher 2 Comments


    *If we had to guess, we’d say our chief writer, Cherie Saunders, had a good day today, Sunday. And why do we say that? Well, her beloved Washington Redskins and their new, soon-to-be NFL superstar quarterback Robert Griffin lll, upset Drew Brees and and the New Orleans Saints in the 2012 season opener for both […]

  • Robert Griffin III Chosen as #1 by Redskins; #2 NFL Draft pick Overall

    Apr 27, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *As expected, the Washington Redskins chose Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III as their number one draft pick. Griffin was the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft. The Redskins’ quickly chose the Baylor quarterback Thursday night in the early minutes of the draft. It was obvious Washington had targeted Griffin since making a […]

  • Robert Griffin 3rd is 2011 Heisman Trophy Winner

    Dec 10, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *(Via LA Times) – Robert Griffin III, Baylor’s junior quarterback won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night, flashing his Superman socks for ESPN and then calmly bowing his head with a wide smile as his name was announced as the first winner of college football’s highest honor in the history of his school. “Well, now […]