As a senior, Griffin started all nine games he played in and was named honorable-mention All-Conference USA after leading the team in total offense (2,644), attempts (394), completions (245), yardage (2,771), touchdowns (20) and passing efficiency (132.43), ranking second in the conference in passing yards per game (307.9). The Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game MVP completed 14-of-18 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the contest. - NewOrleansSaints.com
04/08/2013 - 2013 Tulane Pro Day: Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game MVP shows off arm for scouts...Representatives from 18 NFL teams were on hand for Tulane's pro day on Friday, where six Green Wave players worked out indoors on FieldTurf in the New Orleans Saints' practice facility. The Saints had a number of their staff in attendance, and an assistant coach from the Jacksonville Jaguars was also there.
Ryan Griffin, QB (6-foot-3 7/8, 221 pounds) - Griffin ran the 40-yard dash just once, doing so in 5.15 seconds. He had a 25 1/2-inch vertical jump and an 8-foot-5 broad jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.75 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.62 seconds. Griffin earned MVP honors in the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game. They said Griffin had a nice workout at Tulane's pro day. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
12/13/2012 - 2012 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB-Ryan Griffin, Sr., Tulane, has been selected Honorable Mention All-Conference USA (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. A native of Westlake Village, Calif., Griffin completed his standout career ranked among the school's top-10 leaders in 12 difference categories. He threw for 9,036 yards and 56 touchdowns on 836-of-1,396 attempts (.600) and owns school records for completions, completion percentage and attempts and ranks second in passing yards and 300-yard games (10) and fourth in touchdown passes.
This season, he missed three and half games, but still passed for 2,771 yards and 20 touchdowns, which ranked seventh and 10th, respectively, among the schools single season leaders. Griffin's 308 passing yards per game this season is the second-best total in a single season, trailing only Patrick Ramsey's 310 per game in 1999. - Tulane football
11/19/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin tied a career-high with 36 completions among a season-high 57 attempts. He threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns. He increased his career completion total to 800, breaking the record of 798 set by Patrick Ramsey from 1998-2001.
10/13/2012 - Ryan Griffin returned from a shoulder injury to throw for 302 yards and three touchdowns to beat Southern Methodist 27-26 Saturday. Griffin, who missed the last three games, completed 17 of 32 passes and threw touchdown passes of 31, 79 and 16 yards. His first touchdown gave Tulane a 7-0 lead and his second helped the Green Wave (1-5, 1-1 Conference USA) jump ahead 20-6 at halftime. SMU's offense picked up after halftime, scoring 20 consecutive points behind two Chase Hover field goals and two Garrett Gilbert touchdowns. Hover's second field goal, a 19-yarder, gave the Mustangs a 26-20 lead with 1:22 remaining. Tulane began its next drive on its own 32 but quickly advanced to the SMU (2-4, 1-1) 16 behind two deep passes from Griffin. Griffin and Kelley then linked up for their second touchdown, a 16-yard strike that put Tulane ahead with 35 seconds left. - AP Sports
10/07/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin has missed the last three games because of a shoulder injury and is day to day.
09/30/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin has missed the last two games because of a shoulder injury and is day to day.
09/23/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin missed the game against Ole Miss because of a shoulder injury but is expected to return this week.
09/17/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin was knocked out of the game against Tulsa on Oct. 8 because of a shoulder injury and is questionable.
09/09/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin was sidelined in the second quarter by an injured throwing shoulder (right). It's unclear if the injury will keep Griffin out of the Green Wave's next game in two weeks.
09/05/2012 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: Tulane at Tulsa, Sept. 8 -- Tulane, which hasn't been to a bowl game since 2002, has gotten into the habit of compiling long losing streaks that begin early in the season and end any hope for success. After losing the opener, the Green Wave needs a victory or at least an encouraging performance before a "here we go again" mindset returns. KEYS TO THE GAME: The Green Wave has to find a way to run the ball much better than they did in accumulating only eight yards on 16 carries against Rutgers. A viable running threat would make QB Ryan Griffin's job easier as well as the defense's. Speaking of the defense, if it can keep the yardage to manageable number and have a couple of takeaways, as it did last week, Tulane will have a chance. - The Sports Xchange
09/02/2012 - QB Ryan Griffin had to throw the ball almost constantly because of the absence of any semblance of a running game. He completed 34-of-48 passes for 254 yards and had an 11-yard touchdown to running back Rob Kelley. He also threw an interception that Brandon Jones returned 14 yards for a touchdown that gave the Scarlet Knights a 17-6 lead.