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A Few Less Heisman Voters?

Found this on SportsByBrooks-

In a letter to readers on Sunday, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION Sports Editor Ronnie Ramos reported that the newspaper will no longer allow its sportswriters to vote in polls or for awards.
Ramos: "We have determined this is no longer appropriate. Our writers need to focus on bringing you the news, not determining which sports figures ought to win awards."
The exception will be AJC columnists, who will be allowed to continue voting for the Pro Football and Baseball Hall of Fames
This has the feel of the AP's BCS-pullout. I don't know how many Journal-Constitution writers are Heisman voters. Maybe I should send in an email to HeismanPundit and find out?

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