Heisman Finalists

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  1. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    RG3
    Trent Richardson
    Monte Ball
    Tyran Mathieu
    Andrew Luck

    Thoughts?
     
  2. TitanClone

    TitanClone Well-Known Member

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    RG3 or Mathieu should win.

    Luck or Richardson will win.
     
  3. cymaniac17

    cymaniac17 Well-Known Member

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    RG3 hands down. And in this weeks hiesmanology RG3 had the most points and was included on every ballot while luck was left off 35% of the ballots. Yeah 35%!
     
  4. hexodat64

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    I sure hope Richardson doesn't win. He's good but I don't see anything special about him. Luck and RG3 have certainly been the huge impact players on their respective teams, where I'm not sure the team would be anywhere close to where it is now without them.

    I'm pulling for RG3
     
  5. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    Anyone else think that Kellen Moore deserves to be there?
    I mean his numbers speak for themselves.
     
  6. FootballinTexas

    FootballinTexas Well-Known Member

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    RG3 all the way!
     
  7. 3TrueFans

    3TrueFans Well-Known Member

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    If we're going off numbers then Keenum would be way ahead of Moore.

    RG3 should win in a landslide, then Richardson.
     
  8. Taco

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    Why do you have Richardson #2?
     
  9. Stormin

    Stormin Well-Known Member

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    Why should a back who gained 1500+ yards win the Heisman? Good grief. RGIII better win the award hands down. He has brought Baylor up from the grave. Alabama was a power long before Richardson got there and would be a good team without him. Baylor would absolutely suck without RGIII.
     
  10. keepngoal

    keepngoal Jobless Jerk
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    Ball. Book it. Isn't BigXII and is B1G.
     
  11. thatguy

    thatguy Well-Known Member

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    no Matt Barkley? He outplayed Luck.
     
  12. xboxfever

    xboxfever Well-Known Member

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    RG3 should win it in a landslide, but Richardson will end up winning. Heisman is a joke.
     
  13. CycloneRulzzz

    CycloneRulzzz Well-Known Member

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    RGIII winner

    Ball should be off and Keenum of Houston should be going.
     
  14. Taco

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  15. Knownothing

    Knownothing Well-Known Member

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    RG3 for the win.

    Actually Monte Balls numbers smoke Richardsons so I am not sure why everyone says Richardson. Also Barkley and Luck are even. Barkley plays for a team that is done for the year. That has to hurt.
     
  16. CyBroncos

    CyBroncos Well-Known Member

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    The Heisman has turned into a total farce. Richardson or Luck will win and that's a joke because RGIII is clearly the best player this year. The throw he made to beat OU in the final seconds was a true Heisman moment. Luck is a great player and will be the No. 1 pick but come on, RGIII has had a better season

    And spare me the Richardson talk. If he didn't play for Bama, he wouldn't be going to NYC with those numbers. Ball has better numbers. Richardson isnt even the top running back stat wise.
     
  17. hexodat64

    hexodat64 Member

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    True but that's not Barkley's fault, but that's not really how the system works your team needs post season play. And as far as RB's go Balls numbers easily smoke Richardsons, but you'll get ESPN arguing that he's running against the all mighty SEC defenses so he's clearly the better rusher (in their almost useless opinion)
     
  18. Taco

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    Yeah, but if you actually look at the defenses the two schools have played against, Wisconsin's opponents averaged 68th in the country in rush defense, while Alabama's rush defenses averaged 59th in the country in rush defense. Not that big of a difference, when you look at the numbers and realize that Ball rushed for 12 more touchdowns and more yards, with 15 fewer carries.
     
  19. dualthreat

    dualthreat Well-Known Member

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    was barkley ineligible?
     

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