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Oct182005

CFR week seven Heisman rankings

 

After several weeks without much of a change, I think its safe to say we have a strong leader.

N-Y-C 

  1. Reggie Bush, USC-Ran for three breathtaking touchdowns against Notre Dame, on overgrown grass, and contributed three critical plays on USC's game winning drive.  Its performances like Saturday's that make Bush so special.
  2. Vince Young, Texas-Five total touchdowns and another easy win against Colorado.  Problem is, nobody was watching.
  3. Matt Leinart, USC-Subpar game against Notre Dame, but had two amazing plays when it mattered most, audibling into a 61-yard pass to Dwayne Jarrett on 4th-and-9 on the final drive, and his awkward standing-up sneak into the end zone for the winning touchdown.
  4. Brady Quinn, Notre Dame-As a quarterback, he had a very average performance, but as a team leader he was incredible.  His patience and playmaking kept Notre Dame's offense afloat enough to keep the ball away from USC for nearly 40 minutes.

 

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Passing the Heisman torch to Bush 

WannaBeNYC

  • Laurence Maroney, Minnesota-Ran for well over 200 yards in a nail-biter against Wisconsin, including a memorable 93-yard touchdown romp.
  • Maurice Drew, UCLA-Powered a UCLA comeback against Washington State, scoring the game winner.
Outside Looking In

  • D.J. Shockley, Georgia
  • Marcus Vick, Virginia Tech
  • Brodie Croyle, Alabama
  • Drew Stanton, Michigan State 

 

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Reader Comments (3)

Bush locked up the Heisman showing he can shore in six ways: rushing, receiving, passing, kick-off returns, punt returns, and pushing.
October 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterGhost
Someone's bitter
October 18, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR
Lol, I feel for you Ghost, I'm sure that had to be a tough game to be on the losing side of. But still, you have to be rational. If it's been called once in 30 years, and even then only when the Fridge picked up his running back, then why should it have been called on the last play of that game? Seriously, can somebody please explain that to me?
October 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterGinn Fan

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