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Our season long journey of the Bloguin Heisman Poll has come down to one last vote. For 13 weeks we have debated and voted on who will win the prestigious trophy. Andrew Luck has been #1 on the overall ballot for 8 of the 13 weeks, RG3 has been #1 for 3 of the 13 weeks and Trent Richardson and Marcus Lattimore sat at the top of the mountain for one week each. The last three weeks has seen three different front-runners with Alabama's Trent Richardson finally taking the crown in Week 13. Last week Trent Richardson and Andrew Luck sat the sidelines while RG3, Montee Ball and Case Keenum all had one last chance to make their impression on the voters. Yesterday, Robert Griffin III was named "Offensive Player of the Year" in the Bloguin College Football Awards. Can he take home the Bloguin Heisman as well?
Here is what you'll see each week in the Bloguin Heisman Poll:
-The Top total vote getters and quotes from bloggers in support of their candidates.-A list of all p...
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Montee Ball swears it's OK if he doesn't win the Heisman Trophy.
Considering where he was in the middle of last season, buried on Wisconsin's depth chart and pondering his future in football, Ball says going to New York as a finalist for the award is enough for him.
After scoring a jaw-dropping 38 touchdowns and helping the Badgers to the Rose Bowl, Ball joins Alabama...
Wisconsin junior running back Montee Ball said shortly after finding out that he’s a Heisman Trophy finalist that he’ll seek an opinion from the NFL draft advisory board about whether scouts think he’s ready to go pro. Ball told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that if he’s projected as a first- or second-round pick, he’ll go…
Wisconsin running back Montee Ball was considered a darkhorse all along to win the Heisman Trophy, so perhaps the end result shouldn't come as much of a surprise.On Saturday night, Ball finished fourth in the Heisman voting, behind Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, who won the Heisman, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and Alabama running back Trent Richardson.Ball received...
The best player in college football this season doesn't play games on Saturdays in the Greatest Conference in World History known as the SEC. He isn't the robo-quarterback with the perfect form and future No. 1 draft pick tag in Palo Alto, Calif. He isn't the playmaking quarterback in Waco, Texas, who has become the darling of a nation.
No, the best player in college...
The highest individual honor in American sports will be awarded to the most outstanding player in college football Saturday Night. If I had a vote, it would go a little something like this…
1. Montee Ball, RB Wisconsin
Wisconsin RB Montee Ball deserves the Heisman Trophy - 38 TDs should do it, and the pose above is further proof (Icon SMI)
If Wisky is 13-0 he seems like a shoe...
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) -- Alabama's Trent Richardson has won the Doak Walker Award as the nation's top running back.
The announcement was made during the College Football Awards show at Disney World. Oregon's LaMichael James and Wisconsin's Montee Ball were the other finalists. James won the award last year.
Richardson is the first Alabama player to win the...
What do you get when you mix in a little Luck with an RG3 and a Honey Badger while having a Ball with a guy name Trent?
The Heisman Trophy finalists of 2011.
With the Heisman voting upon us and the winner to be announced Saturday night at the Downtown Athletic Club in Lower Manhattan, let’s take a look at the five worthy candidates who will be in New York, plus the snub of...
The Heisman will be awarded tomorrow night so I want to take a look at the stats on each of the five finalists to see how they stack up against each other. If going purely off of stats, RG3 has a distinct advantage of Andrew Luck at the quarterback position while the running backs are pretty close with a slight advantage to Montee Ball. It is hard to compare Honey Badger’s...
He finished with 22 first-place votes and 348 total points, over 1,200 points behind Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, but Wisconsin junior running back Montee Ball didn't care whether he won or loss. To him, getting recognized for his achievement was more than enough.