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#45 : September 20, 2009, 09:05:53 PM

Javid Best is the CLEAR leader...

He's been phenomenal, but the 2 best players on the 2 best teams who were at the Heisman ceremony last year are still the frontrunners at this point IMO.


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#46 : September 20, 2009, 09:09:29 PM

Javid Best is the CLEAR leader...

He's been phenomenal, but the 2 best players on the 2 best teams who were at the Heisman ceremony last year are still the frontrunners at this point IMO.

Colt McCoy was hardly impressive to me vs the no defense TT team.


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#47 : September 20, 2009, 09:31:40 PM

I'm not saying he was, but I don't think Minnesota will be winning any defensive awards this season either.

BTW, Texas Tech's defense is better than any team Best has played thus far this season by a pretty wide margin in total yards and PPG.


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#48 : September 20, 2009, 10:35:32 PM

I'm not saying he was, but I don't think Minnesota will be winning any defensive awards this season either.

BTW, Texas Tech's defense is better than any team Best has played thus far this season by a pretty wide margin in total yards and PPG.

TT did it on North Dakota (I was there) and Rice...

Ill be at the game this week, and Ill be curious what he does vs Oregon. I expect Oregon to stack the box.


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#49 : September 20, 2009, 10:46:17 PM

I'm not saying he was, but I don't think Minnesota will be winning any defensive awards this season either.

BTW, Texas Tech's defense is better than any team Best has played thus far this season by a pretty wide margin in total yards and PPG.

TT did it on North Dakota (I was there) and Rice...

Maryland has played James Madison and Middle Tenn. State.
Eastern Washington has played Western Oregon and Northern Colorado.
Minnesota has played Syracuse and Air Force.

Don't act like Best has been tearing it up against better teams, he hasn't.  None of those teams are offensive juggernauts that lowered their defensive ratings.


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#50 : September 20, 2009, 11:11:29 PM

I'm not saying he was, but I don't think Minnesota will be winning any defensive awards this season either.

BTW, Texas Tech's defense is better than any team Best has played thus far this season by a pretty wide margin in total yards and PPG.

TT did it on North Dakota (I was there) and Rice...

Maryland has played James Madison and Middle Tenn. State.
Eastern Washington has played Western Oregon and Northern Colorado.
Minnesota has played Syracuse and Air Force.

Don't act like Best has been tearing it up against better teams, he hasn't.  None of those teams are offensive juggernauts that lowered their defensive ratings.

Im just saying Best if I had to put money on it has the best chance. If they beat Oregon (which they are favored) they just have USC at home left. They probably are at worst a 1 loss team


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#51 : September 25, 2009, 11:21:45 PM

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#52 : September 26, 2009, 12:04:49 AM

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i heard about that


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#53 : September 26, 2009, 01:37:36 AM

I'd put it anywhere she wants it.

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#54 : September 26, 2009, 03:44:13 AM

I'd put it anywhere she wants it.

tebow wouldnt


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#55 : September 26, 2009, 07:23:31 PM

We can probably remove Best, Harris from the watch list after today.

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#56 : September 26, 2009, 07:27:31 PM

I'd put it anywhere she wants it.

tebow wouldnt

Given the chance, he better. 


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#57 : September 26, 2009, 10:18:32 PM

We can probably remove Best, Harris from the watch list after today.

and it feels so freakin good to say see ya later Best. Im still shocked.


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#58 : September 26, 2009, 10:53:04 PM

Mark Ingram shouldn't really be in the discussion. He started strong, but Bama's backfield is crowded. He won't get the carries to get him near the Heisman.

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#59 : September 26, 2009, 11:30:08 PM

Jahvid Best:  16 carries, 55 yards, and 0 TD.  42-3 Loss vs. Oregon
Season:  69 carries, 467 yards, and 8 TD.  1 rec. TD


Dez Bryant:   DNP
Season:   17 receptions, 323 yards, and 4 TD.  1 punt return TD.


Jimmy Claussen:  16/27, 178 yards, 1 TD, and 1 Int.  24-21 Win vs. Purdue
Season:  78/118, 1122 yards, 10 TD, and 1 Int.  172.86 Rating.


Jacory Harris:  9/25, 150 yards, 0 TD, and 1 Int.  31-7 Loss vs. Virginia Tech
Season:  50/84, 806 yards, 5 TD, and 3 Int.  152.62 Rating.


Colt McCoy:  28/35, 286 yards, 3 TD, and 1 Int, with 0 rushing TD and 15 yards.  64-7 Win vs. UTEP
Season:  103/145, 1145 yards, 9 TD, and 5 Int, with 1 rushing TD and 61 rushing yards.  150.96 Rating.


Greg McElroy  17/24, 291 yards, 3 TD, and 0 Int.  35-7 Win vs. Arkansas
Season:  63/93, 938 yards, 7 TD, and 1 Int.  175.15 Rating.


Tony Pike 18/26, 300 yards, 3 TD, and 0 Int.  28-20 Win vs. Fresno State
Season:  93/132, 1223 yards, 11 TD, and 2 Int.  172.75 Rating.


Tim Tebow:  5/10, 103 yards, 1 TD, and 0 Int, with 2 rushing TD and 123 rushing yards.  41-7 Win vs. Kentucky
Season:  44/68, 643 yards, 6 TD, and 1 Int, with 5 rushing TD and 271 rushing yards.  170.37 Rating.

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