I'm all for a good Heisman campaign—whether is happens in the preseason or just weeks before the voting.
Who could forget Eric Berry's rap videos, Byron Leftwich's bobblehead or Joey Harrington's huge billboard in New York City?
Well, this doesn't quite live up to those crazy standards, but the folks at Oklahoma State aren't about to let a 10-0 start and No. 2 ranking in the BCS pass them by without making a serious push for some of the Cowboys' top players.
The marketing folks in Stillwater have come up with some fancy electronic posters to push out to voters in an attempt to make a case for their players.
Do these work? Probably not, but it can't hurt to keep their name out in front.
So who do we have?
The hype naturally starts with quarterback Brandon Weeden, who is a legitimate Heisman candidate and the person many consider the favorite right now to win the award.
The poster breaks down his career statistics and lists a bunch of other awards he's considered to be in the running for this season—Maxwell Award, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and Davey O'Brien Award.
So who else gets some love?
How about wide receiver Justin Blackmon, offensive tackle Levy Adcock, center Grant Garner and kicker Quinn Sharp.
I guess when you're 10-0 and everyone thinks you're going to play in the BCS Championship that you must have some of the best players in the nation.
If you didn't know, Oklahoma State is certainly going to remind you voters the best way they know how.
Here are the others: