2015 Heisman Watch

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  1. ClayRocks

    ClayRocks Touch The Rock

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    - Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
    - Corey Moses WR Texas Tech
    - David Johnson QB Notre Dame
    - Billy Coles QB LSU
    - Pete Overstreet QB Boise St.
     
  2. ClayRocks

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    Clemson WR makes it into the Heisman race.
     
  3. BigKing

    BigKing Enforcer of Freedom

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    I think it's time to kick off the Mark Myers for Heisman campaign.
     
  4. ClayRocks

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    Pitt QB Mark Myers makes the Heisman watch list!!
     
  5. BigKing

    BigKing Enforcer of Freedom

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    Too bad he got hurt in the 1st half last week and is out a few games.
     
  6. ClayRocks

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    DAMN!!! That really stinks!!
     
  7. ClayRocks

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    Clemson WR replaces Pitt player in Heisman race
     
  8. ClayRocks

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    Sammy Watkins looks to win back-to-back Heisman Trohpies as he enters 2015 as the leader in the race.
     
  9. pnc

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    Clemson wr Sammy Watkins holds onto the early heisman lead after a 11 catch 218 yard and 1 td performance. Notre Dame QB David Johnson is currently 3rd after throwing for 200 yards and a td in week 1.

    Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    Texas Tech WR Corey Moses
    Notre Dame QB David Johnson
    LSU QB Billy Coles
    Boise St. QB Pete Overstreet
     
  10. BigKing

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    You are welcome Sammy.
     
  11. pnc

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    Heading in to week 3 the only change was the Ohio State wr Alvin Gilmore entering the discussion at spot #5. Last week Gilmore caught 7 passes for 207 yards and a TD in the buckeyes 38-35 win over pitt. Early on it looks like the key to entering the heisman race is to play the Panthers.

    Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    Texas Tech WR Corey Moses
    Notre Dame QB David Johnson
    LSU QB Billy Coles
    Ohio State WR Alvin Gilmore
     
  12. BigKing

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    That hurts, but very true.
     
  13. ClayRocks

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    LOL...damn that is harsh, but funny as hell. Sorry BigK
     
  14. gwill

    gwill Sierra, Hotel, India, Echo, Lima, Delta

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    How Alvin Gilmore got on the list shocked me especially since I wouldn't consider him an impact player on my team. I really haven't been throwing his way this year, or at least it seems b/c his stats against Pitt were super quiet. I guess I'll have to keep feeding him the rock now.
     
  15. BigKing

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    Actually Gilmore went 7-207 1 TD against Pitt including his last long one that led to the last second FG.
     
  16. gwill

    gwill Sierra, Hotel, India, Echo, Lima, Delta

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    I remember the play that set up the GW field goal and his TD catch, the other 5 catches I don't remember.
     
  17. pnc

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    WEEK 4

    The top 3 stayed the same from last week. They all had subpar games and probably cant afford another one if they want to stay in the top 3. HB C. Hodge from LSU jumped Gilmore to enter the rankings in 4th. Gilmore stay in 5th with another solid game catching 5 balls for 124 yards.

    Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    Texas Tech WR Corey Moses
    Notre Dame QB David Johnson
    LSU HB Chris Hodge
    Ohio State WR Alvin Gilmore
     
  18. Nautica

    Nautica #whatisdrugs?

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    how is johnson still in the running? I have been pounding the ball on opponents so far.
     
  19. BigKing

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    Must be that weak schedule you play
     
  20. pnc

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    Big changes to the top five this week.

    Notre Dame QB David Johnson and Ohio State WR Alvin Gilmore have fallen out of this weeks ratings. Clemson wr Watkins continues to hold the top spot after a 11 catch 268 yard 2 td effort against Boston College. LSU rb Hodge claims the 2nd spot after running for 167 yards and 3 tds and catching a td pass. Florida hb Allen makes his first appearance in the top 5 at 3 with 187 yards rushing, 73 recieving and 3 tds. Texas Tech wr Moses falls to 4th after catching 3 for 35 yards. Georgia hb enters at 5th after rushing for 173 and 3 tds and 4 total tds.

    Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    LSU HB Chris Hodge
    Florida HB Ron Allen
    Texas Tech WR Corey Moses
    Georgia HB Jordan Clark
     
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    More big changes as every week 1 or 2 pretenders drop out of the top 5. This week Clemson WR S. Watkins, who had been leading all year, fell to 5th after catching 6 for 55 yards and a td. LSU HB Hodge and Florida HB Allen moved up to 1 and 2 after both rushing for over a 100 yards. We have two new entries at 3rd and 4th this week. Oregon WR jumps in after catching 10 passes for 134 yards while Navy WR Matt Stone hits at 4th after catching 5 for 102 yards.

    1 LSU HB Chris Hodge
    2 Florida HB Ron Allen
    3 Oregon WR Chance Benson
    4 Navy WR Matt Stone
    5 Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
     
  22. Kapono

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    Matt Stone!​

    Take that Sammy Watkins LOL​
     
  23. ClayRocks

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    Man...my stats from the first game would.have kept me in first...Damn it. ;)
     
  24. pnc

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    Sorry guys. I thought i did last week. Dont know what happened.

    Boise St WR K. Williams has jumped into the lead after catching 12 passes for 134 yards and 4 td. He already has 12 touchdowns and appears to be pulling away from the pack. Navy WR is up to 2nd after a 4/ 148 yards performance. Clemson WR S. Watkins has rebounded a bit moving back to 3rd after having a 6/177 weekend. Both sec running backs have dropped down to 4th and 5th, despite having good games.

    1. Boise St WR K. Williams
    2. Navy WR Matt Stone
    3. Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    4. LSU HB Chris Hodge
    5. Florida HB Ron Allen
     
  25. pnc

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    Week 10 Heisman Votes

    Despite great stats from the user WRs they both are dropping in the poll. Texas QB Weddle has made his first appearance into the top 5 after throwing for 540 yards and 4 tds. Boise WR Williams is on pace for 117 catches nearly 2000 yards and 30 tds. if he keeps up this pace the rest are playing for 2nd.

    1. Boise St WR K. Williams
    2. LSU HB Chris Hodge
    3. Clemson WR Sammy Watkins
    4. Texas QB Dominic Weddle
    5. Navy WR Matt Stone
     

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