Heisman Trophy Contenders After Conference Championship Weekend

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  • Frank

    Thanks for the love to Boise State. Kellen Moore could have had even more incredible stats than he had if he and the coach had a goal of padding stats by keeping him in when games were decided. He was out sometime in the third quarter of most games, giving other student athletes deserved time for the work they do with little recognition. But hey, this is all about hype and not whats right. Sad

  • Deke Hayes

    Agree wholeheartedly with RGIII taking home the hardware, Riles. For all the reasons you mention, along with a lofty Kenny Anderson/Drew Brees-esque 73.4% completion rate.

    What gets me is those Andy Luck groupies who still believe it’s his to lose citing
    the “Well, if Luck played in the 80′s and Stanford was BYU , just think of what his numbers would be” type speculative bs.
    It’s like, well, okay, WHY even play the schedule? Why not just let writers get together before the season begins and elect the heisman winner based on the fantasy world where their favorite candidate would fair under ideal circumstances & perfect scenario?! Geez!

    Anyway, hats off to you sir.

  • Deke Hayes

    Agree wholeheartedly with RGIII taking home the hardware, Riles. For all the reasons you mention, along with a lofty Kenny Anderson/Drew Brees-esque 73.4% completion rate.

    What gets me are those Andy Luck groupies who still believe it’s his to lose citing the “Well, if Luck played in the 80′s and Stanford was BYU , just think of what his numbers would be” type speculative bs.
    It’s like, well, okay, WHY even play the schedule? Why don’t writers just get together before the season begins and elect the heisman winner based on some fantasy Peter Pan criteria, where everyone is judged on what could be in the ideal world & in the perfect scenario…rather than letting pesky relaity get in the way.

    Hats off to you sir.