College Football is headed down to the wire in the race for the Playoffs and the Heisman trophy, and today we will look at the Heisman Trophy race, which now looks to be a two-horse race. If you are looking to place a bet on who will win it all or who will win the Heisman, you can check out this site which will guide you to the best site to bet on in the state you live in.
5) Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State
Walker’s hopes ended in Columbus as his Spartans were beaten handily by the Ohio State Buckeyes, and Walker was shut down. Walker has had a fantastic year, though, and has taken the Spartans to heights seldom seen in East Lansing. Michigan State’s inability to move the ball all afternoon will put a significant blemish on the overall resume for Walker. With just six carries for 25 yards, Walker could not find the end zone in his least productive game of the season. Walker has to be the odds on favorite to win the Doak Walker Award as the best running back in the country, and that’s not a bad consolation prize.
4) Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati
Ridder is looking more and more likely to be the first quarterback to lead a non-group of five teams to the College playoffs, and that alone should get him at least some consideration. Ridder has been inconsistent at times in games, but he went to Notre Dame and got the win and has been playing his best over the last few weeks. At least, a win over Houston in the AAC title game and a berth in the College playoffs could earn him a trip to New York. Ridder has thrown 25 touchdown passes to just six interceptions.
3) Matt Corral, Ole Miss
Corral has played phenomenal this season for Ole Miss, but he has petered out as of late, and some nagging injuries have slowed him down. Corral has just not played as well as the other two men left on this list. He should be invited to New York as a finalist, but his team did not win enough, and his production has dropped off over the last month. Make sure you get all of the latest College Football news here!
2) Bryce Young, Alabama
The one loss to Texas A&M looks to be what makes this a tight race with C.J. Stroud. Young made a mockery out of the Razorbacks secondary on Saturday as he passed for 559 yards and five touchdowns; the Tide struggled to get the win, but that was not Young’s fault, and that massive offensive output marks the fifth time in six games that Young has eclipsed the 300 yard mark, with the only time he did not clear the milestone coming in a blowout victory over Louisiana Monroe. Young has played lights out and will need another monster effort against Auburn to have a shot to win it.
1) C. J. Stroud, Ohio State
Stroud to me, maybe the best quarterback that Ohio State has ever produced! I think Stroud will be a big-time player on Sundays also. Stroud beat a top ten Michigan State team with these numbers 32/35 passing for 432 yards and six touchdowns, which is absurd. Against ranked teams, Stroud has been at his best; in those four games, Stroud has 15 passing touchdowns to just one interception and is averaging 395.5 yards per game in those four contests. For this season, Stroud has 36 touchdown passes to just five interceptions.
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