Robert Griffin III suffered concussion

Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered an apparent concussion near the end of the first half of Baylor's 66-42 win over Texas Tech on Saturday.

He'll be further evaluated on Sunday after Baylor returns to Waco from Saturday's game at Cowboys Stadium. No decision has been made on his status for next week's season finale at home against Texas.

Griffin escaped four tacklers before scrambling down the right side of the field and sliding, where he took a forearm to the head and had his head bounce hard off the turf.

He returned to the game shortly after and ran for a three-yard touchdown, but didn't take a hit. He didn't play in the second half, and finished with 106 yards and a touchdown on 7-of-11 passing with two rushing touchdowns and 62 yards on 14 carries.