Heisman Update Week 14 Getting ever so close..Not much has changed on this week's charts, but here ya go boys. HB Evan Royster Royster again tops the chart with his great performance last week against Michigan State. Evan has 1,510 yards on 262 carries and 22 rushing TDs. Receiving yard wise Royster has 518 yards on 3 TDs. Last week he had 7 receptions on the afternoon, a career high for Evan. Eager to see what Coach Dunlap has in store for the BCS game against either Oklahoma or Boise State. QB Taylor Potts Potts moves up the charts to second place. Now take a look at these numbers 365/595 for 4,892 yards and 47 TDs. Yes, 47. Those are Heisman numbers that rival the great quarterbacks. Too bad Potts is considered a system quarterback QB Christian Ponder The strong armed Seminole has thrown for 3,664 yards and 33 TDs. Not Potts-like numbers, but Ponder has led the Seminoles to a Bowl season this year. Hopefully, Coach Jimbo Fisher can find a replacement for Ponder next season. HB DeMarco Murray Last week I said Boomer Sooner, well this week I am declaring that Murray continues to slip in the polls. With the Sooners season wrapping up, DeMarco has only one more shot to move up. With the Big 12 game looming, Murray can make his mark. But he won't because this writer is wanting Oklahoma to tank it. DeMarco has 1,208 yards and 22 TDs this season. QB Greg McElroy Rounding out the Heisman chase is McElroy. He has led Alabama the last two seasons, and he truly cemented himself as one of the best Bama QBs. A lot better than John Parker Wilson, or was it the running game that helped Bama out. Anyways, not much to say here except that McElroy has 3,569 yards and 34 TDs. (CPU cheesing?!) Alright fellas, looking forward to seeing who wins!