College football’s top players compete for the Heisman Trophy. Here are the contenders as well as a few sleepers.
In evaluating Jordan Lynch, we need to forget his uplifting, local story.
The Florida State quarterback became the second straight freshman to win the Heisman on Saturday night, earning college football’s most prestigious individual award with a performance so spectacular and dominant that even a criminal investigation couldn’t derail his candidacy.
That trophy doesn’t change Lynch’s fantastic stats or his team’s accomplishments, the latter of which I’m fairly confident hold more importance to a guy like Lynch.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor stemming from a 2012 bar fight near campus, closing a case that had dogged his Heisman Trophy-winning season.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel has won the Heisman Trophy, becoming the first freshman to win college football’s most prized individual award.
Griffin made it official Wednesday, announcing that he would skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft after a record-breaking college career.
Wisconsin running back Montee Ball, this year’s Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, announced Thursday in a press conference that he will return for his senior season.
Many of the Heisman previews I’ve read in years past have analogized the finalists to contestants in a beauty contest.
The Heisman Trophy, one of the few post season awards that I actually used to have respect for, is about to fall into the same pit of college football ridiculousness.
Former Bears running back and Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam has sold his Heisman ring for $8,140, an auction house says.
A San Diego museum has returned the Reggie Bush’s Heisman trophy to his family, even though Bush has been found ineligible for the trophy he received.
College football players usually are told that when their stock is high, they should leave for the NFL Draft. But Oregon running back, and Heisman Trophy finalist, LaMichael James is going against that conventional wisdom.
It seems as is if this year has been dominated by rulings made by league, and sport, officials on everything from rules to eligibility to personal conduct.
When the Big Ten announced they were adding Nebraska, the response was almost all positive. And when the Big Ten announced the names for the new divisions, the response was almost all negative.
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