Heisman Trophy Vote: Not So Fast My Friend

Posted by Greg Buschow on August-5-2009 Add Comments

You hear it time and time again in the sports world: "An athletes greatness and legacy is largely determined by winning and in particular winning championships."

While those are not the only factors, I do believe that they are an overwhelming part of the equation.

This got me to thinking.  How can the NCAA determine the winner of its most prestigious award before a champion has even been crowned?

Sure the Heisman executives will tell you that the award is meant for the best college football player during the regular season, but that's not an official criteria for the award and never has been.  Its simply states the the Heisman is awarded to the year's best college football player.

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