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2011 Preseason Heisman Watch: Returning Stars Highlight Trophy Chase

2011 Preseason Heisman Watch: Returning Stars Highlight Trophy Chase

This Heisman Watch is from Aug. 19. To see the most recent edition of BCS Know How’s Heisman Watch, scroll down to the end of this post. Thanks! Trent Richardson Back-up...

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Heisman Watch Week 14: Newton Finishes With A Flourish

Heisman Watch Week 14: Newton Finishes With A Flourish

Cam Newton Cameron Newton faced adversity in the form of SEC defenses, NCAA investigations and media pressure for weeks, unable to say a word. On Saturday in the...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 13: How Many Finalists Will We Have?

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 13: How Many Finalists Will We Have?

The triumvirate of Kellen Moore, LaMichael James and Cam Newton has ruled the Heisman discussion for weeks on end. Now with the season coming down to its final...

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Heisman Watch Week 13: Has Cam Newton Clinched the Heisman Trophy?

Heisman Watch Week 13: Has Cam Newton Clinched the Heisman Trophy?

Cam Newton It didn’t matter that it wasn’t his best work. It didn’t matter that he did not lead his team in rushing. It didn’t even matter...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 12: Moore Makes His Move

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 12: Moore Makes His Move

For what felt like weeks on end, it seemed that the Heisman races was a two-horse show — the two biggest guns on the two best teams in the nation. LaMichael...

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Heisman Watch Week 12: Moore, Luck and Blackmon Continue to Produce

Heisman Watch Week 12: Moore, Luck and Blackmon Continue to Produce

Cam Newton NCAA investigations aside, these next few weeks will be the most important of Cam Newton’s junior season. Newton and Auburn had the week off during...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 11: James and Moore Battle For Second Position

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week 11: James and Moore Battle For Second Position

A pecking order that had seemingly been set in stone for weeks now is in flux, as a poor performance from LaMichael James and continued high production from Kellen...

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Heisman Watch Week 11: Newton Perseveres Despite Weight of NCAA Allegations

Heisman Watch Week 11: Newton Perseveres Despite Weight of NCAA Allegations

Cam Newton For a little more than three and a half hours on Saturday, the nation could somewhat tune out the allegations that surrounded Cam Newton and the...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Ten: Newton’s Support Holds Despite Allegations

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Ten: Newton’s Support Holds Despite Allegations

The headlines circulating around the Heisman this past week were not ones of domination or regression. Instead they were about allegations surrounding Auburn...

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Heisman Watch Week Ten: Newton and Moore Have Prolific Saturdays

Heisman Watch Week Ten: Newton and Moore Have Prolific Saturdays

Kellen Moore His chances for performances that mean more than Boise State beating up on more than over-matched competition dwindling, Kellen Moore put on a spectacular...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Eight: Newton Running Away With National Lead

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Eight: Newton Running Away With National Lead

For as far away as Denard Robinson seemed to have placed the Heisman out of reach just three weeks ago, Cam Newton seems to have more than caught up — and...

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Heisman Watch Week Eight: Newton and James Shine Brightest

Heisman Watch Week Eight: Newton and James Shine Brightest

LaMichael James After James had last weekend off, he and the Ducks spent Thursday night picking apart the UCLA defense to the point where James barely touched...

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Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Seven: Newton Skyrockets to the Top

Watching the Heisman Watchmen Week Seven: Newton Skyrockets to the Top

Not a good weekend to be a Heisman Trophy frontrunner, as Denard Robinson, Ryan Mallett and Terrelle Pryor all see their Heisman stock fall. On the opposite side...

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