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Wisconsin's Montee Ball, Baylor's Robert Griffin III, Stanford's Andrew Luck, LSU's Tyrann Mathieu and Alabama's Trent Richardson are the 2011 Heisman Trophy finalists.
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Trent Richardson became a star long before he was a starter.
The Alabama tailback has his shot at the Heisman Trophy and national title just like his Crimson Tide predecessor. Mark Ingram garnered both two years ago and it was his talent that kept Richardson from starting.
Ingram, however, says he saw Richardson's potential back then, particularly on a tackle-breaking run against...
Wisconsin running back Montee Ball is one of five players invited to New York City for the Heisman Trophy ceremony Saturday. The junior leads the country with 1,759 rushing yards and 32 rushing touchdowns. Even though his numbers are stellar, he says his vote would go to Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III. “I’d vote for [...]
Alabama football players are supposed to be having a little time off these days (with the exception of a little conditioning and a lot of studying as final examinations near). But Crimson Tide tailback Trent Richardson had a busy day Monday accepting congratulations.
The accolades keep coming for Wisconsin star rusher Montee Ball, now a Heisman finalist.
BATON ROUGE -- LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press, it was announced Monday.
Here is our final ballot for the 2011 Bloguin Heisman.As it is now known, there are now five finalists for the 2011 Heisman Trophy.
Tyrann Mathieu of LSU, Trent Richardson of Alabama, Andrew Luck of Stanford, Montee Ball of Wisconsin and Robert Griffin III of Baylor will sit together on Dec. 10 when the 2011 Heisman Trophy is announced in New York.
The five names have been synonymous...
Only the Army-Navy game remains in college football's regular season, so it's time for bowl predictions, season recaps and award ceremonies. Here's a look at the superlatives in a super year of college football:
Coach of the Year
Brady Hoke, Michigan. Semi-finalists: Les Miles, Bill Snyder
Hoke resurrected Michigan football and beat Ohio State in his first year...
LSU slogged its way through a brutal first half. The nation's top-ranked team had only 12 yards and not even a single first down. The "Honey Badger" didn't care. He just took what he wanted -- a trip to the national championship game. Tyrann Mathieu turned in an MVP performance when the Tigers needed him most, running back a punt 62 yards for a touchdown, setting...
Monday night ESPN announced Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Montee Ball, Trent Richardson, and Tyrann Mathieu as the five finalists for the 2011 Heisman Trophy Award.
Missing from the Heisman invitee list is not only Case Keenum, the NCAA career leader in career passing yards (18,685) and total career touchdowns thrown (152), but more importantly the best quarterback in college...
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck may have seen his Heisman stock drop ever so slightly — although he still have a very good chance of winning — but he’ll still take home at least one piece of hardware after another good season. Luck was the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award yesterday, given to…