The year that was supposed to be for Andrew Luck, has turned into the year of Robert Griffin III. RGIII stole the spotlight from nearly every player and team in America, except for Alabama, and his lasted accolade is the coveted EA Sports NCAA Football 2013 cover.
First it was the Davy O’Brien Award, next it was the Heisman Trophy, and finally the cover of one of America’s favorite video games. By making the cover, Griffin enters a class that in some ways is just as exclusive as the Heisman Trophy.
RGIII is quickly moving up the draft boards of several NFL teams, and is likely to be the second overall pick behind Andrew Luck.
My only question is, will it even be fair for people having to play against RGIII in this years game? The guy is the perfect video game player mold.
VN:F [1.9.10_1130]Robert Griffin III Makes Cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 2013,
Englishman Justin Rose took home the 113th U.S. Open championship. It was only fitting he did so on Father’s Day, as his dad was his coach until he passed away.
Tiger Woods was not even close to U.S. Open winner Justin Rose and the rest of the players at the top of the leaderboard. He explains why in an interview afterwards.
The New England Patriots make a public statement expressing the fact that Vladimir Putin did not, in fact, steal Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl ring.
Kobe Bryant takes in a Yankees-Angels game in Los Angeles, complete with slick sunglasses and a Corona. Like a boss.
Phil Mickelson decided to skip the putter altogether on the 10th hole of the 2013 US Open, burying an eagle to move to even-par on the tournament and into the lead.
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