Originally Posted by usc1
He's still the most outstanding player in college football. Unfortunately his off the field issues ruined any chance at him winning the Heisman again. He may have lost against Bama but he still put up 42 points on that defense. He can't help that his D couldn't hold Bama below 49. He would get my vote up to this point.
The heisman has nothing to do with off the field issues. It's all about stats. And hype.