Dez Bryant’s Heisman Hopes…

…are discussed here by the Tulsa Beacon.

The disadvantage that guys like Bryant and Jahvid Best have in this race is that they are not spread quarterbacks.

Note:  The advantage that guys like Bryant and Best have is that they are not spread quarterbacks.

How can Bryant use his position to his advantage?  Well, he can field a wobbly punt against his better judgement in the coffin corner and return it 97 yards to put a dagger in the heart of Oklahoma in the fourth quarter of this year’s Bedlam brawl.

Heisman voters love that sort of thing.

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