In a game of 2 qbs considered consolation prizes in the upcoming draft, RG3 and Landry Jones threw for over 400 yards and in the weening moments of the game that we call crunchtime, both showed the composure and swag a qb need at the next level to run a 2 minute offense. Though Jones's drive were punctuated by the wildcat with 4 successful rushes by his backup Bell the belldozer, Jones showed why he is considered one of college best qb with darts that will make Matt Moore passes look like a wiffleball. On the other side of the field, the green machine can be proud of the best show in Texas. Get this, 21-34-479, 4 tds, 0 ints with 72 rush yds to boost. Yes, those are the numbers for RG3 in Baylor's thrilling down to the wire win over Oklahoma.
With 51 seconds left in regulation and the ball on their own 20, RG3 orchestrated an 80yd drive with only 1 timeout called, btw, that timeout was strangely called by Oklahoma's Stoop after a 3 yard gain on the 1st play of Baylor's final drive. After Oklahoma's TO, RG3 coolly in a Brady like manner dismantled the Sooner's defense with not just pin point throws, but scrambles that netted runs of 24 and 8yds, with both stopping the clock as he was able to get out of bounds. His final pass and game clincher was 1 that really ignited my desire for our fins to grab this guy was a throw that I have not seen too many qbs make while stepping up and to the left and throwing right, yes, right with the velocity and trajectory of Brett Favresque precision. Now, don't get me wrong, Luck, Landry, and Barkley are excellent qbs and having either play for the fins will make me more than happy, but there is that something extra special that RG3 has that the other 3 lack. Besides the fact that RG3 broke state records for the 110 and 300m hurdles, with the 300 hurdles time coming within 1/100 of a sec short of the national high school record, there is something else that makes him special. Both parents were NCOs in the Army, therefore discipline and dedication to team is instilled in him, so I understand after committing to Art Briles while he was HC at Houston, why he he would decommit and follow him to Baylor. But still, there's something else about this kid. Oh well, maybe you all can help me out, but I got the feeling that RG3 is what the Dolphins and the fans truly need and if you ask me, RG3 is what our team truly need, a born soldier who will lead by example and will his team mates to victory with an attitude that will resonate with the Marshalls, the Bushes, the Hartlines, the Fasanos, the Gates, and Bess that as long as there is time on the clock, we will not fail.