Found December 05, 2011 on
Sox and Dawgs:
As some of you know, we've been voting here on the Bloguin Network for our pick as to we think will win the Heisman Trophy. While our final vote won't be revealed until Friday, we know now who will be in New York City on Saturday night for the presentation of the 77th annual Heisman Trophy.
The five finalists in alphabetical order are:
Montee Ball, RB - Wisconsin
Robert Griffin III, QB - Baylor
Andrew Luck, QB - Stanford
Tyrann Mathieu, DB - LSU
Trent Richardson, RB - Alabama
Luck is the only repeat finalist from last year.
I know who I'd like to win but I won't reveal that just yet. I'd rather keep the surprise for when the final Bloguin Heisman Trophy vote is announced the Friday.
The 77th annual Heisman Trophy presentation will be broadcast live on ESPN on Saturday, December 10 at 8 p.m.
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Godspeed to you, Andrew Luck. May you have a wonderful trip to New York for Saturday's Heisman Trophy ceremony. May you accept the plaudits for your impressive college career at Stanford before you head to surefire stardom in the NFL.
And may you return from New York empty-handed.
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