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Just when you thought college football was becoming predictable a wild Saturday night changed everything. Michigan State stunned unbeaten Wisconsin with a last second prayer and Texas Tech shocked the Sooners in Norman. How would that affect the Heisman race? Wisconsin's Russell Wilson was second place in last weeks poll and trailed leader Andrew Luck by a very slim margin. Would his loss take him out of the race and if so how would it affect the rest of the candidates?
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 players that receive votes in the Bloguin Heisman Poll-Poll Notes that look at some of the interesting facts, figures, and trends of the poll. -The BHP Roll Call of voters, the links to their respective blogs and their twitter accounts.
Without any further adieu, the Bloguin Heisman Poll...
1) Andrew Luck (QB-Stanford) - 28 Points, 33.3...
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Stanford QB supreme/BMOC Andrew Luck has made it clear how stupid he believes the “suck for Luck” campaign is. And I’m not sure how much I’ll ever believe that NFL teams are really even intentionally sucking in order to take the most sought after signal caller in college football.
I think the sucking just comes naturally. That said, we were among the first to explore this...
For the fourth straight week Stanford's Andrew Luck is on top of the Bloguin Heisman Poll that I am hosting over at Crystal Ball Run. Make sure you head over and see the complete breakdown of Week Eight of the Bloguin Heisman Poll. As we've done the last few weeks I figured I would share how the voters from our site voted in the poll. It sould be noted that Pete sent me an...
Dolphins have made another move towards landing Andrew Luck. Today they put Sage Rosenfels on the IR and signed JP Losman. This move clearly helps the Dolphins as now they are just one big hit away from having Losman as their starting QB.
Move after move, the Dolphins organization has made really would make you think they are trying to land the first pick of the NFL draft next year...
In a move that could prove unpopular with his coach, San Francisco 49ers nose tackle Ricky Jean Francois said Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck's sky-high NFL potential will drop if he has to play a Southeastern Conference defense in a bowl game.
Halfway through the season and Stanford QB supreme/BMOC Andrew Luck is seeing his draft stock remain just as high as it was last spring. He’s told the media how dumb he believes the “suck for Luck” campaign is. Are NFL teams are really even intentionally sucking in order to take the most sought after signal caller in college football?.
Maybe. We explored this concept back...
Last Saturday night was not a nightmare. It really happened. Stanford actually ran for over 400 yards and barely needed Andrew Luck to absolutely boat-race the Huskies out of Palo Alto with a 65-21 drubbing. But with a win on Saturday night against Arizona, the Huskies can turn last weekend’s farce into just a loss.
*Andrew Luck QB, Stanford
*Matt Kalil OT, USC
*Justin Blackmon WR, Oklahoma State
*Matt Barkley QB, USC
Quinton Coples DL, North Carolina
Brandon Thompson DT, Clemson
*Trent Richardson RB, Alabama
*Alshon Jeffrey WR, South Carolina
*Dre Kirkpatrick CB, Alabama
*Riley Reiff OT, Iowa
Michael Floyd WR, Notre Dame
*Jonathan Martin OT, Stanford
*Landry Jones QB, Oklahoma
Russell Wilson had the chance to make a big impact with a nationally televised game against a ranked foe Saturday, but unable to bring his team to victory, Wilson sees his national Heisman support stumble slightly.
Trent Richardson is there to pick up some of the support, seeing a widespread increase in his standing around the country.
With Andrew Luck holding steady atop many of...
Ben put together a performance of 300+ yards and 3 touchdowns Sunday against the CardinalsWhat we learned after Week 7 in the NFL:Tebow saves the Dolphins chances at Andrew LuckCarson Palmer hadn’t washed all the Bungle-funk off of him yetDrew Brees and the Saints beat the Colts like they stole something as Peyton watched in horrorThe return of the Steelers defensive splash plays...