Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Heisman Hopefuls IX - November 18, 2008


10. Chase Daniel (QB - Missouri) - You know those college T-Shirts that say property of, well they should come out with one that says, "Kansas St./ Property of Missouri Offense." Offensive tear on all dimensions. The tigers are off this week, but there is a big rivalry game against the Jayhawks in two weeks that should be fun to watch since Kansas will be looking to spoil any BCS chances Missouri has left.

9. Max Hall (QB - BYU) - Hall and the cougars are going to Utah to play the Utes this week. Hall is probably out of contention at this point, but it would be nice for Hall and BYU to stir up a little argument with an upset against the Utes.

8. Shonn Greene (RB - Iowa) - The Jonas Brothers had to write the song Burnin' Up for Greene. After 211 yards, 2 TDs, and a 75 yard run, it seems hard to argue with that notion.

7. Donald Brown (RB - Connecticut) - I was expecting a 200 hundred yard, 3 touchdown game from Brown against Syracuse before he goes up against South Florida and then Pittsburgh. Brown ran for 131 and a TD, a decent game, but Syracuse gives up 200 yards a game on the ground.

6. Graham Harrell (QB - Texas Tech) - Upcoming game will do a lot for the Heisman race as the Red Raiders take on the Sooners.

5. Javon Ringer (RB - Michigan St.) - Ringer will be going up against the fierce Nittany Lions. Any performance less impressive than Shonn Greene's performance against Penn St. will be unacceptable.

4. Tim Tebow (QB - Florida) - Three total TDs against South Carolina. Tebow continues to head the most dominating team in college football as of recently. With Tebow and Harvin on the field at the same team, it seems that anything can happen and defenses are expecting anything; thus, its harder to call plays against Florida and once the trickery comes out, all that is left is to ask what to write on the tombstone.

3. Sam Bradford (QB - Oklahoma) - next game will either project him to the top of the candidacy or restrain Bradford from winning the honor.

2. Colt McCoy (QB - Texas) - Not a Colt like game against a struggling Jayhawk team; however, the Longhorns still pulled off a desisive victory.

1. Michael Crabtree (WR - Texas Tech) - OFF, still the Heisman frontrunner even though he doesn't recieve the credit he deserves.

Honorable Mention: Dez Bryant, Knowshon Moreno, Charles Scott

High Tide: Jarett Dillard, Percy Harvin, Kendall Hunter, David Johnson, Jeremy Maclin, LeSean McCoy, Joe McKnight, Todd Reesing, Marc Sanchez, Matt Stafford, Chris Wells, Pat White, John Parker Wilson

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