College football’s top players compete for the Heisman Trophy. Here are the contenders as well as a few sleepers.
Joe Theismann, who historically changed the pronunciation of his last name to garner more Heisman Trophy votes, had some advice for the NCAA’s most recent recipient of the award. In short, his words suggest a character change for Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel.
Robert Griffin III might be the NFL’s offensive rookie of the year in a season that has his Redskins competing for the NFC East. But even with all his accomplishments on the field, one ESPN commentator thinks the former Heisman Trophy winner could be a “cornball brother” because of his white fiancée and speculation of the quarterback’s political leanings.
Robert Griffin III’s passion for college football will pay dividends as last year’s Heisman Trophy winner will be able to vote on this year’s ballot. He discusses some of the players he’s considering voting for.
After 8 grueling weeks in the National Football League, all players have some sort of injury or ailment that will attempt to hamper their play. And this has traditionally been the time in the regular season where you can separate the pretender teams from the contending teams.
It’s no surprise the Redskins current offensive line is not The Hogs of a fading generation, but with Jammal Brown still on the PUP list and Kory Lichtensteiger having gone under the knife just 6 full weeks away from the team’s opener against the Saints, rookie QB Robert Griffin is left wondering if he’ll even have offensive starters in front of him.
We take a look at who should take home the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night.
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