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CFR week nine Heisman rankings

Things are kind of boring in Heisman-land right now.


  1. Reggie Bush, USC-Quiet weekend, but a little more impressive body of work right now than Vince Young, who went absolutely nuts after a sluggish start.
  2. Vince Young, Texas-Unfortunately had a great game during a quiet time against a diminuitive opponent.  That kind of game, against Ohio State, would have won him the award in September.
  3. Matt Leinart, USC-Put together a string of nice games, looking like last year's Heisman winner.
  4. Brady Quinn, Notre Dame-Team could be in the top five by the end of the year.


  • Maurice Drew, UCLA-Important factor in the impressive late comeback against Stanford.  Among top players in nation in all purpose yards and scoring.
  • Marcus Vick, Virginia Tech-Piloting gritty team through start of rough final slate.

Honorable Mentions

  • Laurence Maroney, Minnesota-No longer leading the nation in running, and team is in free fall mode.  Outstanding early run though.
  • DeAngelo Williams, Memphis-Leading rusher in America against opponents doing their best to stop him.
  • Drew Olson, UCLA-Team is undefeated, has great numbers, and is captain comeback of late.
  • Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin-When you can have airport discussions with strangers about a back, he's having a good season.  Scores a lot, and starting to string together some impressive run/catch games.
  • D.J. Shockley, Georgia-Injury killed his season and team's dream season.  Will return, but the damage is done.
  • Michael Robinson, Penn State-Why not?  Not a very good QB, but is The Man for a team that's beaten some good opponents and should play in a nice bowl.
Weigh in, have I missed anyone on the HM list?

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