He says in Waco these days he can't "go to Wendy's and get a cheeseburger without signing 1,000 autographs."
This week, in San Antonio, he's had school staffers follow him to help navigate public spaces without being hounded by fans and autograph seekers.
At Sea World this week, he tucked his signature dreadlocks, which leak out the back of his helmet on most days, under a hat.
"I got a lot of double-takes," the Baylor quarterback said. "If you can get a double-take, you can walk far enough away to where they'll be discouraged to approach you. But it was cool. I didn't mind."
The big question for Griffin's future, though, is will he chase it in Waco for one more season, or in the NFL?
He has until January 15 to make his decision, but he's maintained he's still undecided, and will stay that way until after the Alamo Bowl.