Found December 05, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
In the argument for Jordan Lynch winning the Heisman, I often here people say, “well maybe he shouldn’t win the Heisman, but he deserves to be invited.” Well, it’s the exact same argument as saying “MLB player X is a Hall of Famer, but not a first ballot Hall of famer.” In other words, it’s a dumb argument. A really dumb argument. If you think Frank Thomas is a Hall of Famer, you think he deserves to be in Cooperstown regardless of ballot. He’s in the hall or he’s not. Voting margin doesn’t matter. If you think Jordan Lynch deserves the Heisman, say it. He broke his own college football all-time record for rushing yards by a QB last week. He just ran for 321 yards against a pathetic WMU team. He had 316 yards rushing in his previous record setting game. If you think Jordan Lynch deserves to go to New York for the Heisman trophy presentation, then you believe he deserves to win it. He doesn’t deserve to win it. And he won’t win the trophy, but it seems very likely that he’s going to
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