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2010/11 Heisman Trophy Update – Week 11 CFB

NCAA Football Heisman Predictions – Week Eleven Heisman Candidate Tracker

If there are any ncaa football gambling experts out there who pay attention to the Heisman process, they’ll probably agree with me and know we may not even be talking about the winner right now. It’s with this knowledge that we know the 2010 Heisman Trophy future odds are always fun to bet on, and the betting lines give us a lot to think about.

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Heisman Forecast: Week 11

CAM NEWTON, Auburn

The modern 24-hour news cycle is what it is, for good or ill. No one knows that better than Cam Newton. Still, whatever controversy is swirling around in the headlines about him, his numbers just get more and more gaudy. Newton had his best passing day yet last week against UT-Chattanooga, tossing for 317 yard and four scores, and adding a TD on the ground.

This race is his to lose, and the only way it looks like that could possibly happen is by laying an egg against rival Alabama.

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LaMICHAEL JAMES, Oregon

For the past few weeks now, the top two in the Heisman race have been more consistent than death and taxes. James galloped for 121 yards and three TDs in a 53-16 pasting of Washington last Saturday. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

He leads the nation in rushing yards per game, is averaging just under seven yards per clip and brings 18 total TDs to the table. Like Auburn, the Ducks are still unbeaten too.

KELLEN MOORE, Boise State

Following a few games where the southpaw’s numbers were slightly more pedestrian, Moore exploded for a career-best 507 yards against Hawaii last week. He did throw two picks in the game, but Moore has a better QB rating than Newton, Andrew Luck or Ryan Mallett.

Boise of course is an oft-talked about non-AQ team that has run the table.

ANDREW LUCK, Stanford

Stanford has only one loss after a convincing win against conference heavyweight Arizona and Andrew Luck is a fantastic pivot and probably the best QB pro prospect in the nation.

But his season just hasn’t been quite as impressive as the others’.

Mentionable

JUSTIN BLACKMON, Oklahoma State He’s the best WR in the country on an overlooked team.

But after his DUI and the strength of the other candidates on this list, to say he’s a darkhorse is an understatement.

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James has been naming every player on the EA Sports video game rosters for half a decade now, he’s finally putting his knowledge to better use writing for us here at CappersPicks.com. Your comments are welcome below…Give Us Your Take!


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