Heisman Watch calls out the weekend’s polarizing performances and how they impact the Heisman Trophy race. Top Heisman-like Performances: Is LamarJackson@HeismanWatch.com 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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
If recent history has taught us one thing who will win the Heisman, it’s going to be yet another QB, (5 years in a row). As of right now, the two front-running QB’s are TCU’s Trevone Boykin and Baylor’s Seth Russell.
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.