A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:
Metroid wrote:Seems like Tebow and McCoy are the default front runners even though there are plenty of guys to mention.
Say what you will about Notre Dame but Jimmy Clausen has put together a nice little resume thus far. 12 TD's to 2 INT's for 1,544 yards, completing over 67% of his passes. Pretty darn good. If he can lead his Irish to a win over USC this weekend I think he automatically is catapulted to the top of the list.
Tony Pike as mentioned is doing good things in Cincy
I really like what Jacory Harris is doing in Miami minus the interceptions, if he can curb that and keep winning he could be in the running.
How good is a win over South Florida? If Cincy wins that and Notre Dame loses, can we get Pike put up towards the top of the list?
I would think so. I mean the numbers are there for Pike, I'm not sure what to think of South Florida to be honest though, their only big win is against a not very good Florida State team. But Clausen would have two losses, Heisman voters wont like that at all.
The only knock on Pike right now is the lack of a signature win against a ranked opponent, beating South Florida would give him that. But like I said, the jury is still out on South Florida. Pike is also a heavy in the INT department.