Found November 09, 2012 on Double Coverage Football:
Now that that pesky election's out of the way we can all get back to the voting that we actually care about: the 2012 Heisman Trophy race. What looked clear-cut a week ago is an absolute mess again. Collin Klein is suffering from an unknown injury. Manti Te'o disappeared in his team's near-loss to Pittsburgh. AJ McCarron played like he was throwing the game until the final drive against LSU. I honestly don't even know if Geno Smith plays football anymore. Let's try to make sense of what's left of this race with three weeks to go in the season.  Book Your Flight to New York:1. COLLIN KLEIN, QB, KANSAS STATE: Klein continued to solidify his frontrunner status against Oklahoma State, throwing for 245 yards and adding 64 yards and a TD on the ground before sitting out the final quarter due to an undisclosed injury. His 16 of 22 performance pushed him into the top spot nationally in passing efficiency, but his greatest Heisman statement may have come on the ben...
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