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2009 Heisman Watch – Week 3

College Football Heisman Watch – Week 2 Analysis

The Heisman race has become a one man sprint as the gang of Heisman hopefuls try their best to catch up to reigning favorite, Tim Tebow.

Sam Bradford’s separated shoulder is going to banish him from contention, but just who’s keeping up with Tebow in college football?

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Tim Tebow (425 yards, 7 Touchdowns)

Tebow leads all players in the NCAAF with 7 scores, and is back to bulldozing linebackers. He’s the Heisman leader by a long shot so far, and a massive spread against Tennessee this year will see Tebow dominate the volunteers as he pads his stats again in Week 3.

Next Game: Tennessee vs. Florida (-27.5)

Jahvid Best (281 yards rushing, 4 Touchdowns)

The best running back in the nation is…uh…Best himself. With a stout 144 yard performance against Eastern Washington this weekend, Best has asserted his stranglehold as the best tailback in the nation. He’s averaging 10.4 yards per carry and could very well become the heir apparent to Bradford as Tebow’s only challenge.

Next Game: California (-14) vs. Minnesota

Colt McCoy (653 yards, 7 Touchdowns)

McCoy gets to exercise some demons against the Red Raiders this weekend, and a solid 337 yard outing against Wyoming has McCoy blossoming in to an NFL-ready commodity. Now if his team can just avoid that one season crushing loss that they always have, McCoy will compete heavily with the steeply favored Tebow.

Next Game: Texas Tech vs. Texas (-16.5)

Dez Bryant (162 yards receiving, 2 Touchdowns)

Adding to his touchdown total was the blistering 82 yard touchdown kick return Bryant had. He’s the best receiver in the nation, but it’s going to take some mega performances for him to stay relevant. It’s also going to take a handful of monster games for Bryant to wash the glaring loss by Oklahoma State to Houston this weekend from their memory banks.

Next Game: Rice vs. Oklahoma State (-31)

So Long, Farewell

Jimmy Clausen (QB) – Notre Dame

Losing to Michigan on the grand stage in The Big House is going to haunt Clausen all season. But his seven touchdowns this season are on pace with Tebow, and his 651 yards have him an inch behind McCoy in the rankings.

Jonathan Dwyer (RB) – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

With Best racking up massive yards on the ground, Dwyer did himself no service by amassing just 66-yards against Clemson.

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