1. Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M)
Manziel and the Aggies took on lowly UTEP Saturday and TAMU did just what they needed to do, win impressively. Manziel moves to No.1 again because he’s simply amazing and the most valuable and outstanding so far up to this point. Johnny Football totaled for 347 yards and six touchdowns. The Aggies face off versus Mississippi St next week.
2. AJ McCarron (Alabama)
AJ McCarron and the Crimson Tide were idle this past weekend but host college gameday as the No.1 team in the land takes on LSU in what will be another instant classic as always.
3. Marcus Mariota (Oregon)
Mariota like McCarron and Petty were all idle but Marcus Mariota and the Ducks take on the toughest defense in the Pac 12 on Thursday night in Palo Alto. Mariota’s only loss and bad game was against the Cards last season.
4. Jameis Winston (Florida St)
Winston and Florida St get another blowout win over a top 25 team. Winston didn’t play his best and may need to get lasik this offseason as pointed out by Charissa Thompson on twitter but nevertheless Winston and the Noles shined again. Winston threw for two ints, one touchdown and 325 yards versus the Canes.
5. Mike Evans ( Texas A&M)
Mike Evans didn’t have the type of game he usually has but he still put up 4 receptions for 46 yards and one touchdown. Evans will need to keep a better pace than that to get an invite to NYC along with his teammate Manziel.
6. Bryce Petty (Baylor)
The Baylor Bears may be for real we just don’t know it yet, they have the offensive talent but their biggest test by far this season will be Thursday night versus Oklahoma. Petty has been a machine all year but Aaron Colvin and the Stoops brothers will have something to say about that Thursday night on Fox Sports 1.
7. Tahj Boyd (Clemson)
Boyd was almost flawless versus the UVA Cavaliers on Saturday morning. Boyd was 24 of 29 through the air and added 3 touchdowns along with 377 yards.
8. Derek Carr (Fresno St)
Derek Carr did “Derek Carr” type things against Nevada. Derek Carr is putting up video game like numbers with his wideouts, 487 yards and three touchdowns last night. Fresno St travels to Wyoming next week.
9. Jordan Lynch (Northern Illinois)
Jordan Lynch has been moving up and up every single week and it’s well deserved, he is dominating the competition in the Mac conference. Lynch did double duty throwing for 160 yards and a td on 10 for 13 passing. Lynch also ran 17 times for 160 yards and four touchdowns. The BCS busters will be idle next week.
10. Ka’Deem Carey (Arizona)
Last but not least a running back is finally on the Heisman Trophy Watch. It’s Pac 12 do it all man Ka’Deem Carey, the Wildcat star has been a thrill to watch in the desert this season. Carey ran 32 times for 152 yards in a win versus Cal. Carey has carried this team on his back all season total stats include; ten touchdowns, 1072 yards. Carey has solidified him self as the back running back in the country.
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