Dalvin Cook is arguably the best back in the country. We’ve thought this for a while, even last year when he rushed for over 1,600 yards and 19 TD’s. But is this Seminole poised to make a run at the 2016 Heisman? His resume is better than you think. To make the case for Dalvin[…]
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[…]
The South region consists of basically the SEC and a handful of ACC schools. There are other conferences and other schools that matter…just not in this specific Heisman discussion. Sorry. I feel like this discussion has taken a turn for the worse. Let’s start over. A player from the South region has won the[…]
How the shutdown of one player opened the door for so many and how regional bias will change your Heisman perspective for the rest of the season. Thanks to Alabama’s stifling defense the doors to Heisman candidacy, and the Heisman topic in general, have been busted wide open. Although the award is national, the competition for[…]
Dalvin Cook should be on everyone’s short-list of Heisman contenders. Here’s a quick look why Cook will book a trip to NYC in December…
Happy October everybody. Some say the smell of Fall is in the air, but we all know that’s the smell of pigskin and gridiron. This opening October weekend promises to be a doozy as ten top-25 teams go head-to-head as conference games begin to swing full-tilt.
What to ‘Heisman Watch’ For This Weekend Last week Oregon vs. Michigan State lived up to all the hype and then some featuring a few Heisman candidates. Aside from that game, what we saw on the field we generally expected to see from the top teams and their Heisman hopefuls. Everybody looked good with the exception of[…]