Heisman Committee Got This One Wrong

Posted by Ryne Dennis on December-13-2009 Add Comments

According to the football glossary at footballbetting.com, the definition of the Heisman Trophy reads as follows: An award presented annually by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York to the best college football player in the country. Why, then, is Alabama's Mark Ingram the newest member of the prestigious club?

Obviously, it was a tough decision among voters, as it was the closest voting in the history of the award. But If the true meaning of the trophy is to go to the one player that a team could not do without in a season, shouldn't that player have been Toby Gerhart?

Out of 13 games this season, five times did Ingram not reach the 100-yard plateau, including a 50-yard game against Arkansas, and a less-than-spectacular ...

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