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Old 11-28-2012, 08:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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#JohnnyFootball 2012 - YouTube

Give it to him.
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And one more for good measure. Quite possibly the signature play of the season.

Heisman Promo 2012 - YouTube

If you're a Bama fan, you might wanna skip this one.
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We had to have her make a video to keep up with Arky. We're sooooooo SEC brah.
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We had to have her make a video to keep up with Arky. We're sooooooo SEC brah.
I think I'd rather have a pleasant looking cougar with a decent voice than the fat guy cussing at me while driving his pick up that we have.
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I would give him the Heisman.

It's not up to me, though.
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:37 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Anyone paying attention can see Manziel is the obvious choice.
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Anyone paying attention can see Manziel is the obvious choice.
As long as one avoids looking at the three interceptions thrown the loss at home against LSU, I agree.

If there is a player out there who has consistently played at an excellent level, I would award the trophy to that player over one who played at an excellent level in almost every game, yet let his entire team down in one game (3 interceptions, 51.8% completion rate, and only 27 yards on the ground on 17 carries).
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Do you think that Manziel's abysmal performance against LSU ought to be factored in to his Heisman candidacy?
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thing is, if he wins this year, he's probably gonna win another one, barring injury. he'll lose the linemen so we'll see how that goes, but the numbers will be there another year
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As long as one avoids looking at the three interceptions thrown the loss at home against LSU, I agree.

If there is a player out there who has consistently played at an excellent level, I would award the trophy to that player over one who played at an excellent level in almost every game, yet let his entire team down in one game (3 interceptions, 51.8% completion rate, and only 27 yards on the ground on 17 carries).
If there is a player out there who has consistently played at an excellent level, shattering total offense records of two previous Heisman winners and almost single-handedly beating the defending national champions in their house....in spite of having a bad game against one of CFB's best defenses....I would award the trophy to that player.
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Do you think that Manziel's abysmal performance against LSU ought to be factored in to his Heisman candidacy?
Of course it should, but he still deserves it IMO.
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If there is a player out there who has consistently played at an excellent level, shattering total offense records of two previous Heisman winners and almost single-handedly beating the defending national champions in their house....in spite of having a bad game against one of CFB's best defenses....I would award the trophy to that player.
Well, Manziel has not consistently performed at an excellent level. Next.
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