With two weeks left in the 2012 college football regular season, the battle for the Heisman Trophy is looking more and more like a two-man race between quarterbacks Collin Klein of Kansas State, and Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M. You can thank Manziel's performance in the Aggies' defeat of Alabama for that.
It's the game within the games.
Klein is ahead of Manziel according to HeismanPundit/CBSSports.com's Heisman Straw Poll and ESPN's panel of experts.
Klein got six of the 11 first-place votes in the HeismanPundit/CBSSports.com's poll and 26 points in the scoring system that mirrors the actual Heisman voting. Manziel got three first-place votes and 18 points. Southern Cal wide receiver Marqise Lee is a distant third with the other two first-place votes and 10 points.
Klein has an even bigger lead in ESPN's poll of 15 voters. Klein got 12 first-place votes, two second-place votes and one third-place vote. Manziel got two first-place votes, eight second-place v...