Heisman News Round Up

Just to clarify, I wrote in May that Cameron Newton could be a dark horse candidate in 2010.

Ingram ‘wouldn’t have no problem’ giving Heisman vote to Cam

Auburn’s Cam Newton maintains lead in USA TODAY Heisman Watch

MSU QB Kirk Cousins considered a Heisman darkhorse

Heisman-hopeful Pryor coming to town

Mizzou Will See A Hesiman Candidate In Taylor Martinez Of Nebraska

Two MHS seniors are winners of high school Heisman award

Pitt’s Lewis never lost confidence

The Anchor: Heisman Build Up

Auburn’s Heisman campaign for Cam Newton letting his on-field play …

Cam Newton For Heisman, Should Integrity Count?

Check Out The Newton For Heisman Site

Heisman: Gabbert, Pryor have a shot (no, they dont’)

Heisman Watch: Week 8

Auburn’s Cam Newton tops list of Heisman Trophy contenders

Blackmon’s stellar season tarnished by arrest

Heisman Watch: Blackmon grabs attention

Northwestern University: Dan Persa for Heisman?

Heisman Trophy: An Early Look at the 2011 Heisman Candidates

Oregon Ducks Win Big, LaMichael James Does Not Deserve Heisman …

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2 Responses to Heisman News Round Up

  1. alex October 27, 2010 at 6:48 pm #

    what does blackmon’s arrest mean for his heisman candidacy? i know he really has no shot, but will voters hesitate putting him anywhere on his ballot because of this (and also for the biletnikoff)?

  2. HP October 28, 2010 at 1:16 am #

    it will depend on how many games he misses and how that affects his numbers…if his actions are seen as hurting his team, they will leave him off their ballots.