Heisman Race Tightens Up After Week 11 of College Football
Week No.11 is a wrap in college football and the race for next month's Heisman Trohphy is tight. We've got the new top five who are in contention for the trophy.
At No. 5 is South Carolina's Mike Davis, who did not play this week, has more than 1,000 yards rushing for the season and is the one running back who is in the top five this week.
At No.4 is Baylor quarteback Bryce Petty, who has led the Bears all season and with a big win over the Oklahoma Soonners, is in the running.Petty has 21 TDs and 1 interception for the year.
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota went from No. 1 to 3 after losing last Thursday to the Stanford Cardinals. He went 20-of-34 passing and seemed rattled by the Cardinal defense.
At No.2 is Texas A&M quarterback and Tyler native Johnny Manziel, who posted some huge numbers against Mississippi State but still has LSU to deal with.
Now at No. 1 is Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. Under his leadership the Seminoles are rolling and unless there is a collapse, consider him the favorite to win the Heisman as of now.
Who do you think should win the Heisman this year?