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#30 : September 13, 2009, 10:19:52 AM

 There are no frontrunners after two weeks.

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#31 : September 13, 2009, 10:27:41 AM

Of course there are.


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#32 : September 13, 2009, 10:51:31 AM

ESPN says there are, and when they say it, people are watching.

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#33 : September 13, 2009, 12:21:57 PM

There are no frontrunners after two weeks.

There aren't???

So Tenn's Compton has as good a chance right now as Best, McCoy or Tebow?


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#34 : September 13, 2009, 12:25:47 PM

There are no frontrunners after two weeks.

There aren't???

So Tenn's Compton has as good a chance right now as Best, McCoy or Tebow?

Shoulda used Blount in your example instead of Crompton - hahaha ;D


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#35 : September 13, 2009, 03:37:20 PM

Tebow isnt a frontrunner until he plays against legit competition.

By those standards, who is a frontrunner after 2 weeks?

nobody is. After the first 2 weeks, Best may be the leader, but when you play EWU your stats shouldnt count


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#36 : September 13, 2009, 05:02:05 PM

There are no frontrunners after two weeks.

There aren't???

So Tenn's Compton has as good a chance right now as Best, McCoy or Tebow?

QFT.

There were Heisman frontrunners before a game was even played, notably the 2 players who have previously won the award.


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#37 : September 14, 2009, 02:06:34 PM

There are no frontrunners after two weeks.

There aren't???

So Tenn's Compton has as good a chance right now as Best, McCoy or Tebow?


Silly question. Why didn't you say Claussen, even with the loss. He performed well against better competition than Eastern Washington, Troy or Wyoming...

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#38 : September 19, 2009, 11:42:40 PM

Update:  USC's and BYU's loss hurts McKnight's and Hall's shot at the trophy.  Jahvid Best, Dez Bryant, and Eric Berry all have huge days.


Jahvid Best:  26 carries, 131 yards, and 5 TD.  35-21 Win vs. Minnesota
Season:  53 carries, 412 yards, and 8 TD.  1 rec. TD


Eric Berry:  Has to get a mention with the great day vs. Florida, including an interception


Dez Bryant:   9 receptions, 161 yards, and 2 TD.    41-24 Win vs. Rice
Season:  17 receptions, 323 yards, and 4 TD.  1 punt return TD.


Jimmy Claussen:  22/31, 300 yards, 2 TD, and 0 Int.  33-30 Win vs. Michigan State
Season:  62/91, 951 yards, 9 TD, and 0 Int.   188.56 Rating.


Max Hall:  19/30, 304 yards, 2 TD, and 3 Int.  28-54 Loss vs. Florida State
Season:  69/100, 942 yards, 6 TD, and 6 Int.  155.50 Rating.


Mark Ingram:  8 carries, 91 yards, and 1 TD.  53-7 Win vs. North Texas
Season:  44 carries, 296 yards, and 3 TD


Colt McCoy:  24/34, 207 yards, 1 TD, and 2 Int, with 0 rushing TD and 5 yards.  34-24 Win vs. Texas Tech
Season:  75/110, 861 yards, 6 TD, and 4 Int, with 1 rushing TD and 40 rushing yards.  144.50 Rating.


Joe McKnight:  11 carries, 100 yards, and 1 TD.  13-16 Loss vs. Washington
Season:  41 carries, 306 yards, and 3 TD


Tim Tebow:  14/19, 115 yards, 0 TD, and 1 Int, with 1 rushing TD and 76 rushing yards.  23-13 Win vs. Tennessee
Season:  39/58, 540 yards, 5 TD, and 1 Int, with 3 rushing TD and 148 rushing yards.  170.40 Rating.


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#39 : September 20, 2009, 10:13:48 AM

Might be time to add Jacory Harris to the list

41/59  656 yds, 5/2, 1 Rushing TD  and 2 big W's

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#40 : September 20, 2009, 11:19:04 AM

That Bama QB Greg McElroy is slowly climbing the charts.

46/69 647 4TDs 1Int 1 rushing TD


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#41 : September 20, 2009, 12:33:53 PM

Might be time to add Jacory Harris to the list

41/59  656 yds, 5/2, 1 Rushing TD  and 2 big W's

Hall and McKnight will come off next week.  If Harris and Miami whoop Va. Tech, he will be right up there in the race.


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#42 : September 20, 2009, 01:00:24 PM

Might be time to add Jacory Harris to the list

41/59  656 yds, 5/2, 1 Rushing TD  and 2 big W's

You'd have to at this point based on the competition he's faced compared to the others but the next few weeks will tell if his name should stay there ...

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#43 : September 20, 2009, 06:29:06 PM

Might be time to add Jacory Harris to the list

41/59  656 yds, 5/2, 1 Rushing TD  and 2 big W's

but the next few weeks will tell if his name should stay there ...

of course

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#44 : September 20, 2009, 08:31:02 PM

Javid Best is the CLEAR leader... hopefully after this week hes not though

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