Found June 25, 2013 on Football Nation:
The candidates for the 2013 Heisman Trophy will be ever-changing all throughout the college football season until the finalists are announced and headed to New York.One of the favorites for the Heisman is last year's winner Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, who's trying to become the second collegian (Ohio State running back Archie Griffin in 1974-75) to win the trophy in consecutive seasons.But, the odds are against him. Keep in mind, Manziel wasn't on anyone's radar to win the trophy last fall either. Here are 10 players flying under the radar for the 2013 Heisman Trophy:1) RB De'Anthony Thomas, OregonNo arguing that Oregon Ducks De'Anthony Thomas is one of the most talented running backs in the country, but his team's offensive style will hurt him in the Heisman voting this year.The Ducks' scheme is to distribute the football to as many skill players as possible, as you will see Thomas lineup in multiple positions throughout a game. One ser...

Video: USC Is Now Labeling Itself As “Wide Receiver U”

Now that the ‘Linebacker U’ moniker is already taken by two schools, we need other universities to step up and claim the other position groups. Today, USC threw its helmet into the ring and proclaimed itself ‘Wide Receiver U’ with an interesting promotional video: USC has had some insane receivers as of late — Robert Woods and Marqise Lee are the most recent All-Americans...
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