Originally posted on College Football Zealots  |  Last updated 11/16/11

For the seventh 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 Eleven 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. Here you go:

Pete Sonski:

#1 Andrew Luck- Although Andrew Luck’s stock fell this week -- while Brandon Weeden’s stock continues to climb -- Luck remains the favorite to take home the Heisman. He does not get a pass for the second consecutive loss against Oregon, but with 17 wins in between, he can sustain a hit at this point.

#2 Case Keenum- Keenum (3951 yards, 37 TDs, 3 INTs) has come back from season-ending injury to record his best annual performance and lead his team to an undefeated (10-0) record. His numbers are equal to or better than the QBs playing in more prominent conferences, but he does not enjoy the talent in the other skill positions that they do.

#3 Kellen Moore- Moore and the Boise State Broncos lost last Saturday to TCU. His college record now stands at 46-3, with the three losses coming at a total of five points. At 8-1 this year with lifetime stats of 13,416 yards, 130 TDs and 24 INT, this guy deserves a set in the room.

 

Kevin:

#1 Case Keenum- I got suckered in by Andrew Luck last week. It was only the second week I had him on my ballot and I put him at #1 for the first time. He let me down and now I'm riding shotgun with the gunslinger out of Houston. 37 TD and 3 INT? I don't care if he's playing Aaron Torres State, those are impressive numbers. Did I mention that he is the All-Time leading TD thrower in FBS history? A few of the former Heisman winners he past to reach that award? Matt Leinart, Danny Wuerffel and Ty Detmer. A vote for Keenum is a vote for democracy.

#2 Trent Richardson- Trent put forth more than half of Bama's offense when they played LSU and he's clearly their offense. He hasn't done enough to win the Heisman but right now he deserves to be the top RB on the list (although he needs to watch his back for David Wilson and LaMichael James- they are coming on strong).

#3 David Wilson- Without David Wilson I'm not sure where Virginia Tech would be this year but I'm pretty sure they wouldn't be anywhere near the Top 10. He's *the* leading rusher in the FBS with 1,360 yards on the season and is averaging 6.48 yards per carry. He's had exactly one game this year where he hasn't crossed the century mark (and his team won 26 to 7).

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