As written previously, Lamar Jackson is the Heisman frontrunner. No doubt about it. I’m not here to convince you otherwise. But the reasoning ‘why’ he’s the frontrunner may be a bit misleading to the average college football fan. This article is aiming to help educate the average fan, such as myself, so at the very[…]
It’s easy to get distracted by what #8 in Cardinal red is doing over in Louisville, KY. But what Lamar Jackson has showcased is not guaranteed to be the standard by which the Heisman shall be won. Heisman voters made need more criteria that accompany the stats. That’s where Deshaun Watson’s candidacy will stand out.[…]
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[…]
Thursday night Deshaun Watson kept his foot on the Heisman pedal. Granted he’s not flooring it but he is accelerating and at this time of year we should expect nothing more. Against Georgia Tech’s ‘time-controlling run-heavy offense’ Watson was able to do damage when opportunities presented itself, albeit a redzone interception and a Mike Williams[…]
Thursday night #5 Clemson ventures into Atlanta, GA to take on the Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech. The only college football on that night. A prime time event for Deshaun Watson to remind college football fans everywhere why he’s a reigning Heisman finalist. Louisville QB ‘Tecmo‘ Lamar Jackson has been stealing every headline, highlight, along[…]
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[…]
Can anybody name the last Heisman winner from the Mid-Atlantic region? Last year Clemson QB Deshaun Watson finished third overall in the Heisman voting. Fun fact for you guys who enjoy learning things, the Mid-Atlantic was the only region Watson was voted as high as 2nd place. Funner fact is that nobody has won the[…]
Special congratulations to your 2015 Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry.
What a final Saturday to college football! No major upsets. The final 4 are set. Everything is buttoning up real nice. Everything except the Heisman. The finalists will be announced tonight on ESPN and most have a pretty clear understanding who is going to be on that list. Alabama’s Derrick Henry is thought to be the[…]
If Henry is held relatively in check on Saturday against the Gators and Watson can accumulate basically the same stats he’s been averaging, Watson could/should win over plenty of Heisman voters as we head into the last week of voting.
Looking for a reason to not go shopping? College football and the ever-compelling Heisman race is winding down and this is the weekend for the contestants to showcase their Heisman campaign. Here’s the 4-1-1 on Heisman Saturday. As you already know because you’ve been enamored with the Heisman Watch calculator since it came out on Monday, Alabama’s Derrick Henry is the top[…]
Here’s the best argument for Deshaun Watson to win the Heisman Trophy this year: Best player. Best team. Welp, that was easy. For those of you who aren’t grasping that concept (most likely you’re a Bama or The OSU fan) allow me to clarify: For three weeks in a row Clemson has been ranked #1[…]
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[…]
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.
It is not every weekend that we get to see a matchup of two elite college football teams, let alone two elite teams led by explosive Heisman candidates. This weekend will be different though, as C.J. Prosise and #6 Notre Dame will travel to Death Valley to face Deshaun Watson and #12 Clemson.