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Heisman Trophy Top-10 – November 14

Texas might be No. 2 two in every one of the surveys just as being No.2 in the BCS standings however maybe its QB, Vince Young, is ‘taking’ the hearts of numerous Heisman specialists. I think there is little contention the Reggie Bush’s appointment has lost a ton of force since the Notre Dame game in addition to I get the inclination that an excessive number of individuals are underestimating the extraordinary achievements of Matt Leinart. Put it all together and Young resembles the top pick. Behind the “Huge Three”, Brady Quinn of Notre Dame and Drew Olson of UCLA are having Heisman-commendable seasons yet tragically for the two of them, its an instance of wrong time, wrong spot (season). My most recent Heisman update follows.

1) MATT LEINART (USC) Last Week: 1. I’m not prepared to drop Leinart from the best position right now, despite the fact that I concede Young is making an exceptionally critical test. Be that as it may, Leinart is playing this season under a staggering ‘magnifying lens’ and with huge tension. He turned down innumerable millions to remain at USC for a chance to lead the school to an exceptional third consecutive public title. Up until this point, he’s finished all that one could ask, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg! USC succeeded at Berkeley this previous Saturday, beating Cal 35-10. Obviously everybody realizes it was the Cal Bears who last beat the Trojans, 34-31 in triple-OT (back in 2003). Be that as it may, USC had little difficulty this time around, as Leinart ran for two second-quarter scores, giving USC a 21-3 halftime lead. Leinart didn’t have an extraordinary game, neglecting to toss a TD take a break this year and simply the fourth time in his profession. He completed the game 20-of-32 for 246 yards with one capture attempt and those two hurrying TDs (five on the year). He’s currently driven USC to 32 straight successes (tied for the sixth best dash ever) and a record-tying 22 straight Pac-10 successes. He’s 35-1 as starter, throwing a Pac-10 record 94 vocation TD passes (only 22 INTs), while besting 300 yards passing in six games this year. In examination, he had only five 300-yard games in his initial two seasons at USC and Vince Young has only ONE 300-yard game in his whole profession! I’ll leave further examinations for sometime later (if necessary). Leinart has two defining moments left, both versus quality rivals. USC has No. 16 Fresno State this Saturday and afterward No. 12 UCLA on December 3. His season details are: 211-of-318 3017 yards 66.4 23 TDs 7 INTs/5 surge TDs.

2) VINCE YOUNG (Texas) Last Week: 3. Youthful has passed Bush in my survey and I’m getting the solid impression that he’s the current top choice. Texas beat Kansas only 27-23 last year, in a game which included some substantial contention in regards to the administering. The Longhorns left minimal in the possession of the authorities this previous Saturday, running up a 52-0 halftime lead. Youthful failed on his initial three passes however at that point finished his next eight, including TD tosses of 45, 64 and 29 yards. He added a fourth TD pass before the half, giving him a profession high in TD passes for a game and was on the seat with five minutes staying in the second from last quarter of a 66-14 Texas win. Youthful completed 19-of-27 for 281 yards and didn’t toss a capture. Just a head-scratching six hurrying endeavors for less four yards, held him back from fixing 300 yards in absolute offense for the FIFTH time in his last seven games. Subsequent to opening the season by averaging 181.3 YPG passing with five TD passes, four interferences and one surging TD in his initial three games, Young has found the middle value of 267.2 YPG passing while at the same time tossing for 17 TDs (only four INTs) and running for seven additional over his last seven games. In that stretch, he’s arrived at the midpoint of 348.9 YPG in absolute offense. He passed Major Applewhite on Saturday and is presently the school-pioneer in complete offense with 8,269 profession yards. He’s driven Texas to 17 straight successes and is 27-2 in his profession as a starter. Texas plays Texas A&M on November 25 and afterward will play in the Big-12 title game on December 3. His season details are: 155-of-244 63.5 2414 yards 22 TDs 8 INTs/117 conveys 774 yards 6.6 YPC 8 TDs.

3) REGGIE BUSH (USC) Last Week: 2. I can’t envision that even Bush’s most vigorous allies don’t feel as though the Heisman is slipping from Reggie’s grip. Shrubbery was a marvelous yet free play last year when he completed fifth in the democratic. In any case, he was given a greater job this year and subsequent to opening with a 86-yard exertion versus Hawaii, ripped off FIVE sequential 100-yard games (had only two in his vocation entering this year), topping with a 160-yard three-TD exertion (also his exceptionally significant “push”) in USC’s undeniably exhilarating 34-31 success at Notre Dame. Shrub has neglected to top 100 yards in three of his four games since (scoring only two TDs) and frequently has been eclipsed in the backfield by partner LenDale White (three TDs in Saturday’s success over Cal). At the point when all the votes are in, both Leinart and Bush might experience the ill effects of the way that there is such a lot of ability around them and in contrast to last year, may really remove votes from one another. While Bush remaining parts the country’s most SPECTACULAR player (positions third with 182.5 YPG in universally handy yards), his chances have been restricted as of late and dissimilar to last year when he made significant commitments with his pass-getting capacities (seven TD gets), he’s gone seven games without a TD get and has only two for the whole season. His season details are: 140 conveys 1104 yards 7.9 YPC 11 TDs/28 gets 315 yards 11.3 YPC 2 TDs. เว็บคาสิโน สด

4) BRADY QUINN (Notre Dame) Last Week: 4. Quinn keeps on being a record-breaking ‘machine’ this year for Notre Dame. In two years under Willingham, Brady finished a little more than 50% of his passes (50.8), tossing 26 TDs and 25 captures. Nonetheless, under the tutelage of Charlie Weis, Quinn has spent the season re-putting down the Notre Dame account book. His most recent surge came in Notre Dame’s unequaled NCAA record 42nd straight win over Navy, 42-21. Quinn completed 22-of-31 for 284 yards with four TDs and one capture. That final quarter capture finished a stretch of 130 continuous passes without a ‘pick’, setting an another Notre Dame record. He reached out to 14, his school record of continuous games with least one TD pass and by game’s end, had passed Ron Powlus as the school’s vocation chief with 53 TD passes (Powlus had 52). He beat 250 yards relaxing in his vocation (broadening another record) and presently possesses the school’s single-season record with 2,931 passing yards. Quinn is presently only 254 yards short of passing Powlus as the school’s unequaled forerunner in passing yards. His season details are 217-of-330 65.8 2931 yards 27 TDs 5 INTs/1 surge TD

5) DREW OLSON (UCLA) Last Week: 5. Bruin fans will contend that Olson is having the greatest year of any QB in the city! They may simply be correct. Olson had three TD passes and 295 yards passing before the finish of the FIRST quarter, in UCLA’s 45-35 success over Arizona State this previous Saturday. He opened the game with a 91-yard TD pass on the game’s first play from scrimmage and never thought back. He completed the game 22-of-27 for a profession high 510 yards with five TDs and no interferences. He missed by only FOUR yards, of setting a solitary game school record for passing yards (Cade McNown tossed for 513 yards in UCLA’s notorious 49-45 misfortune at Miami in 1998). His 30 TD spends this year (only three INTs!), effectively breaks McNown’s single-season record of 25, set in that 1998 season. Olson was the primary QB at UCLA throughout the previous two years when the Bruins went 12-13. Like Quinn, Olson entered for this present year absent a lot of show (32 TDs and 25 INTs in his three-year profession) however has been BRILLIANT! Olson’s 172.5 QB rating positions him FIRST in the country. Incidentally, Young is second, Leinart fourth and Quinn fifth. Olson should delay until December 3 yet he will get his confrontation with Los Angeles’ “other” QB. His season details are: 218-of-322 67.7 2909 yards 30 TDs 3 INTs.

Commonly, I list five different players six-through 10 however it barely appears to be awesome. Last week’s 6th positioned player (Cody Hodges of Texas Tech), saw his group lose to Oklahoma State, a group that entered the game winless in Big-12 play. No. 7 Maurice Drew of UCLA has fallen so a long ways behind colleague Drew Olson, it’s not worth contending. My No. 8 person last week, DeAngelo Williams of Memphis, missed last week’s down versus Tennessee due to injury and the Tigers tumbled to 4-5 with a 20-16 misfortune. Laurence Maroney of Minnesota was positioned No. 9 and like Williams, missed the Gophers’ down with a physical issue however Minnesota barely missed him, beating Michigan State 41-18. Concerning Washington State’s Jerome Harrison (No.10), he ran for 143 yards and has now run for more than 100 yards in each of the 10 games this year, just as fixing 100 yards in 13 straight games, setting another Pac-10 record. That being said, his group has lost SEVEN straight games!

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