After a few upsets and players putting together virtuoso performances, the Heisman is slowly starting to clear up just how we all had it originally had it planned (well my top 5 looks good).
While the sport is still a fluid situation like always, the primetime games in college football will always decide the Heisman.
10. Tajh Boyd, Clemson
Boyd was slinging it all over the field against arguably the best defensive team in the game, but his teammates could not pick him up. Plus, it did not help that the Clemson signal-caller struggled mightily in the fourth quarter.
Outside of throwing a pick, he could not find Sammy Watkins nearly as much as he needed to. Clemson is done with the marquee games, which will likely cost Boyd a shot to appear in NYC. However, he post gaudy numbers and remain in the top 10.
9. Landry Jones, Oklahoma
Landry Jones really dropped the ball against Kansas State and his poor mechanics really made its mark in this one. It was not all his fault, but for an All-A...