So How Are the Regions Looking?

If I had to guess how regional voting would go right now, here’s how:

Northeast
1. Ingram
2. McCoy
3. Tebow

Mid Atlantic
1. Spiller
2. Ingram
3. Tebow

South
1. Ingram
2. Tebow
3. Spiller

Southwest
1. McCoy
2. Ingram
3. Keenum

Midwest
1. McCoy
2. Ingram
3. Clausen

Far West
1. Gerhart
2. McCoy
3. Rodgers

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3 Responses to So How Are the Regions Looking?

  1. tigercpa November 17, 2009 at 3:43 pm #

    Spiller gets no win place or show in the NE? (Boston College connection)?

  2. Roby13 November 17, 2009 at 5:19 pm #

    HP,
    Do you think the regional bias is always this strong? Or is it only because this year’s vote is so wide open?

  3. Heismanpundit November 17, 2009 at 7:58 pm #

    tigercpa: I think the NE tends to go for the trendy or best-known media candidates. That could obviously change some in the coming weeks, but this is how I see it now.

    Roby: The regional bias will definitely play a bigger part due to the wide open vote.