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A few questions---

How does one sort out the early Heisman status of Matt Leinart, Reggie Bush, and Vince Young?

Ignoring the rules for a minute, what is your perception of this race?  Who would you vote for at this early juncture, and what factors weight on your decision?

And, projecting for a moment, how do you see this race sorting itself out?

Do the Heismandments hold and render this a race between Vince Young and Reggie bush?  Are Leinart and Bush going to cancel each other out and render an awkward Vince Young victory?

I'm just curious.  I think a great case can be made for all three, right now.

Feel free to address some of this in the Heisman discussion forum here.  Hopefully the always busy HP can chime in a little in response to these disjointed questions as well. 

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Reader Comments (1)

Yes, polls are perpetually flawed. Michigan state BEAT ND and are ranked lower....and LSU hasn't proved they are an all around contender yet. But who has, besides USC and Texas? Not Va. Tech. LSU is loaded, count 'em up, loaded. They have pro prospects at every skill position, some two deep. The most talented player on Va. Tech's field was the quarterback's brother. Nice team, stronger conference this year, some good players, but if Va. Tech is top 5 then so is LSU. The SEC is simply the best conference, it doesn't need the press to inflate it.
September 19, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterBryan

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