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Old 10-13-2011, 03:31 AM
 
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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A bit late but better late than never!

Anyway who are who Heisman front runners:

So far many sources have the top 4 as:

Andrew Luck (Stanford) 1383 yards, 14 TD 2 INT
Russell Wilson 1391 (Wisconsin) Yards, 13 TD, 1 INT
Kellen Moore (Boise State) 1391 17 TD, 4 INT
Trent Richardson (Alabama) 729 rushing, 11 TD

Who do you see moving up and moving down, Tyrann Mathieu from LSU is one who should be kept a eye on. Even with BSU's schedule I think Kellen Moore will stay in the top 4 as long as BSU win every game from here on.
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Old 10-13-2011, 07:06 AM
 
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a bit late but better late than never!

Anyway who are who heisman front runners:

So far many sources have the top 4 as:

Andrew luck (stanford) 1383 yards, 14 td 2 int
russell wilson 1391 (wisconsin) yards, 13 td, 1 int
kellen moore (boise state) 1391 17 td, 4 int
trent richardson (alabama) 729 rushing, 11 td

who do you see moving up and moving down, tyrann mathieu from lsu is one who should be kept a eye on. Even with bsu's schedule i think kellen moore will stay in the top 4 as long as bsu win every game from here on.
rg iii !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

... Although I don't see him coming close to winning it now that Baylor has to face the tough part of its Big 12 schedule.
I think Andrew Luck is a lock for it this year
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Old 10-13-2011, 09:27 AM
 
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Mattyj46 has got it right here. I believe it will come down to these guys and one or two others as the finalists for the trophy.
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:01 AM
 
Location: Abilene, Texas
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A bit late but better late than never!

Anyway who are who Heisman front runners:

So far many sources have the top 4 as:

Andrew Luck (Stanford) 1383 yards, 14 TD 2 INT
Russell Wilson 1391 (Wisconsin) Yards, 13 TD, 1 INT
Kellen Moore (Boise State) 1391 17 TD, 4 INT
Trent Richardson (Alabama) 729 rushing, 11 TD

Who do you see moving up and moving down, Tyrann Mathieu from LSU is one who should be kept a eye on. Even with BSU's schedule I think Kellen Moore will stay in the top 4 as long as BSU win every game from here on.
I agree, those 4 are the front runners. Luck will most likely get the trophy IMO.
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Old 10-13-2011, 12:10 PM
 
Location: Fort Mill, SC
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My guess Andrew Luck grabs it.

The biggest question for me is why Case Keenum isn't even on the official watch list.
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Old 10-13-2011, 02:34 PM
 
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Honestly I don't see how Trent Richardson in the discussion. He seems to me a one dimensional straight-ahead runner and let's face it he's often running through some sizable holes. For me he's doing what a lot of backs are doing (see Spencer Ware, LSU). But he's on TV a lot and he's a favorite subject for the booth crew.
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Old 10-14-2011, 03:06 AM
 
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My guess Andrew Luck grabs it.

The biggest question for me is why Case Keenum isn't even on the official watch list.
I kind of think fair enough, I mean of course he is a great player but looking at the schedule, their toughest game looks to of been UCLA whom have looked below average this season. There is no doubt that he can play against big teams but unfortunantly he will not get a chance to show it again this year.
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Old 10-14-2011, 03:08 AM
 
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rg iii !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

... Although I don't see him coming close to winning it now that Baylor has to face the tough part of its Big 12 schedule.
I think Andrew Luck is a lock for it this year
He'll continue to put up great numbers and astounding plays, just a shame he doesn't have the support in which could lead Baylor to a 10 win season. If they had not lost vs Kansas State then I'd place him in the top 4 for sure.
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Old 10-14-2011, 07:44 AM
 
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A bit late but better late than never!

Anyway who are who Heisman front runners:

So far many sources have the top 4 as:

Andrew Luck (Stanford) 1383 yards, 14 TD 2 INT
Russell Wilson 1391 (Wisconsin) Yards, 13 TD, 1 INT
Kellen Moore (Boise State) 1391 17 TD, 4 INT
Trent Richardson (Alabama) 729 rushing, 11 TD

Who do you see moving up and moving down, Tyrann Mathieu from LSU is one who should be kept a eye on. Even with BSU's schedule I think Kellen Moore will stay in the top 4 as long as BSU win every game from here on.
If you mention BSU's schedule, you should have mentioned Wisconsin's SOS. I think they are 81st, lower than BSU.
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Old 10-14-2011, 06:00 PM
 
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It will be between L. Jones and Richardson. Richardson is my pick.

Luck should have stronger numbers given the cupcakes they've played.
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