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Heisman Watch Week 11

Collin Klein still remains at the top of the Heisman watch with McCarron moving up to third. Johnny Football remains in the hunt and what ever happened to Geno Smith being a shoe in?

Collin Klein QB   Kansas State
Kenjon Barner RB    Oregon
AJ McCarron   QB   Alabama
Manti Te'o   LB    Notre Dame
Braxton Miller QB   Ohio State
Johnny Manziel   QB   Texas A&M
Marqise Lee    WR   USC
Tajh Boyd    QB   Clemson
Teddy Bridgewater QB   Louisville

Collin Klein is still consistent and playing well. Last game he went 16 for 22 and had 245 yards. He also rushed for 64 yards and one touchdown .On the season, Klein has 1875 yards, 12 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. Klein has been sacked 7 times and his QBR is 174.4. He has 698 rushing yards and 17 rushing touchdowns. Kansas State plays TCU in their next game. Klein is dealing with an injury but it is probable that he will play.

Kenjon Barner is a running back for Oregon. Barner has 179 carries for 1295 yards and 19 touchdowns. Last game he had 321 yards on 38 carries. Barner also had 5 touchdowns and 2 receptions for 47 yards. Next game Oregon plays at California.

AJ McCarron is the highest rated Heisman candidate from the Sec. McCarron has 1849 yards, 19 touchdowns, and zero interceptions. McCarron has been sacked 17 times and his QBR is 173.5. Last game, McCarron went 14 for 27 and he racked up 165 yards. McCarron had 1 touchdown, a QBR of 115.4, and 1 rushing touchdown. I think that McCarron will continue to rise in the voting as Alabama remains undefeated. I really like the fact that McCarron has zero interceptions.


I went ahead and added a pic for you - if you want something other than a hottie, you'll have to do your own photo next time...
The mother of ass is Tajh Boyd doing there?