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Postby Tim_ffc » Sun Jan 02, 2005 1:14 am

Free Bagel wrote:The Heisman trophy goes to the best college player. To draw in an NFL comparison, much of what you described above can be said about Dante Hall, but that in no way makes him the best player in the NFL.

Reggie Bush does not own sole possession of a single major stat category on HIS OWN TEAM. Not touchdowns, not rushing yards, not receiving yards. It's hard to make a case for a guy who doesn't even trot out during the introduction of starting lineups before a game because he's not even a starter on his team.

Funny how Matt Leinart won the Heisman, and wasn't even USC's MVP. The best player in the NCAA isn't the best player on his own team.

In any case, we'll see on Tuesday, with 4 Heisman candidates going at it. Looks like LenDale White is not going to be playing as much with his injury, so it'll be interesting to see how Bush will do getting 25 carries in a game.
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Postby Demented Avenger » Sun Jan 02, 2005 4:34 am

Tim wrote:Funny how Matt Leinart won the Heisman, and wasn't even USC's MVP. The best player in the NCAA isn't the best player on his own team.


Being the MVP and the best are a little different imo. Bush was considered a bigger part of why USC won games, but Leinart is a more skilled player.
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