THE TRUBISKY- Heisman Watch

The Man. The Myth. The Trubisky

He may only be the 5th most known quarterback in his own conference (Lamar Jackson, Deshaun Watson, Deondre Francois, Brad Kaaya), but sooner than later you need to learn the quarterback behind the name, Trubisky. Last Saturday in Tallahassee, UNC kicker Nick Weiler stole the headlines after kicking a game-winning 54-yard field goal and tomahawking[…]

deshaun-watson- Heisman Watch

The Great Debate: Lamar Jackson or Deshaun Watson

The most memorable game to ‘Heisman Watch’ so far this season will be the showdown at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina. Lamar is the hottest Jackson to dominate college sports since Bo in the early 80’s.  His counter on Saturday, Deshaun Watson has been there, done that.  Two of college football’s elites will go[…]

Week 4: Saturday Roundup

Heisman Watch calls out the weekend’s polarizing performances and how they impact the Heisman Trophy race. Top Heisman-like Performances: Is taken because he might as well have a domain here?  All ‘Tecmo’ Lamar Jackson did on Saturday against Marshall was rack up 479 yards of total offense and seven touchdowns.  That’s all.  Just 25[…]

Who’s Your Heisman Bet?

Popular Kids at School Let’s get the obvious out of the way.  Deshaun Watson and Leonard Fournette.  I’d feel pretty confident with either one or both men receiving an invite to NYC in December.  Another player obvious to be on the board is Alabama running back _____ __________.  I know Bo Scarbrough is ‘Bama’s main[…]

Showdown in the Southwest: Heisman Favorites

This glorious part of the Heisman country otherwise known as the Southwest Region has been known for it’s gunslingers and wild shootouts.  Yes, I’m referencing quarterbacks not Alamo’s.  This year is no exception.  The Big-12 reigns supreme in this region, despite sharing parts with Missouri (SEC) and Arkansas (SEC) and a multitude of American Athletic[…]

Heisman Favorites from the Great Midwest

It’s been 10 years since a player from the Midwest Region won a Heisman.  Troy Smith from Ohio State won the award in 2006 with somewhat mediocre statistics.  Smith threw for 2,542 yards which was good for 38th in the country.  His ratio 30 td’s to only 6 int’s was impressive, but he was only[…]