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Friday, October 05, 2007

Heisman hype

Kentucky's Andre Woodson can wave the Heisman Trophy goodbye after last night's performance against South Carolina. Woodson made too many bad choices throughout the game, forcing passes into double coverage situations or pitching out that lateral that the Gamecocks returned for a touchdown.

The thing about the Heisman is that it's open to interpretation on many levels. It's supposed to be awarded to the best player in college football, but some may view that as the most dynamic, the best all-around or the most valuable.

From a pure talent perspective, Arkansas' Darren McFadden tops the list. Though Cal's DeSean Jackson may be gaining ground. Jackson is the biggest playmaker in the game. As for the most valuable, Michigan's Mike Hart means more to his team than any other player.

Here's my ballot:
1) Darren McFadden
2) DeSean Jackson
3) Mike Hart


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