Imagine this...Down three scores heading into the fourth quarter, you quickly realize the only way to win this game is to play with perfection. Eventually the final whistle blows and your team is celebrating a comeback victory. In the post game interview, your quarterback is asked how he threw for three touchdowns in seven minutes with not a single incomplete pass to win the game. Of course he credits the defense for making stops, but deep down, he knows he is a nominee for the... Think your player just had a Performance of the Year? Post the scenario & stats here and he could win the award at seasons end. 2014 NOMINEES: Blake Bell • 19/30 for 450+ Yards & 7 Touchdowns vs. Oklahoma State PAST WINNERS: Details: 1) Performance must have been over the course of no more than ONE game.2) Must be ONE player, not a team or group of players3) Result of the game may be Win or Loss, but performances in a win will be counted more heavily Example of a true nominee: Quarterback throws for 5 touch downs, no turnovers, 325+ yards in an away game victory in the last game of the season. Example of a false nominee: Wide Receiver catches 5 passes for 300 yards in win vs un-ranked opponent in a non important game. Sure it was a nice game, but was it really PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR worthy? Not likely.