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Dec102005

2005 Heisman Trophy presentation live blog

Ok here we go.

I'll update this as the ceremony goes along, feel free to contribute in the comments section below. 

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Reader Comments (3)

While I think Leinart has got to be right up there with the best, I must be honest: I'm not sure who else is up there with him. Any thoughts, especially with regards to any modern era QB's?

Ken Dorsy won a lot, but wasn't the superstar that Leinart is.

Charlie Ward had two great years.

Eric Crouch was 1/2 QB 1/2 RB, plus he was such a bust in the NFL (I know I know, best college QB) that his career seems a little tainted.

Wuerffel (is that even how it's spelled?) had an ok run, but nothing like Leinart.

Tommy Frazier was sure fun to watch and also had a good run.

Elway, Toretta, Montana?

Who else is on this list? Can we get a CFR post dedicated to this at some point during the offseason?
December 10, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterGinnFann
GF,

Sure!

Its a GREAT offseason discussion to have.

I think Leinart's at another level, so we have to compare him to the revolutionaries, Baugh, etc.
December 10, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR
Frazier is the only college QB of my era (82) who could stake claim at being as good as Leinart. Obviously in terms of winning and importance to team.
December 10, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterStephen Kim

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