Ryan McCrystal uses his Heisman Predictor formula to project how the Heisman favorites figure to rank at season's end. Denard Robinson is still the current favorite, but Andrew Luck and others have a good chance of passing him.
Terrelle Pryor and Taylor Martinez both lost in Week 7; with the disappearance of an undefeated season, both the OSU and Nebraska QBs fell in Heisman Predictor standings. Cam Newton stays No. 1, and two RBs are No. 2 and No. 3.
Excited for the Iron Bowl already? It's in late November, so maybe not yet -- but if you look at the Heisman Predictor standings after five weeks, maybe you will be: Mark Ingram is No. 1, Cam Newton No. 2. Talk about an SEC rivalry.
Ryan Mallett remains atop the 2010 Heisman Predictor standings after three weeks, but three newcomers -- including Taylor Martinez at No. 2 -- threaten. Mallett can open a big lead if the Hogs can upset Alabama this weekend.
Denard Robinson has hit his stride within the Roch Rodriguez offense at Michigan. Oddly, the guy who had to leave that program because of the new scheme is the one ahead of Robinson in this week's Heisman Predictor standings.