The Heisman Predictor might now find a way to account for players like Ndamukong Suh.
Less than a week from the Heisman Trophy ceremony, it's the closest race we've seen in a while.
Thirteen weeks into the Heisman hunt, the winner is quite clear.
Twelve weeks into the Heisman hunt, the great Tim Tebow finds himself in a bind.
Eleven weeks into the Heisman hunt, two dynamic runners are boosting themselves into the top five.
Ten weeks into the Heisman hunt, the field has been whittled down to three.
The Heisman Predictor for Week 9 sees Colt McCoy finally ascend to No. 1, but there's a little problem: none of Texas' remaining games will allow him to create "a Heisman moment" that Mark Ingram or Tim Tebow could.
Eight weeks into the Heisman hunt, Colt McCoy could finally make the jump to No. 1.
Seven weeks into the Heisman hunt, Alabama's Mark Ingram might be the favorite.
Six weeks into the Heisman hunt, Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen is poised to strike.
Five weeks into the Heisman hunt, Cincinnati's Tony Pike has emerged as a legitimate Heisman candidate.
Four weeks into the Heisman hunt, Jahvid Best and Jacory Harris struggled, but two freshmen are coming on strong.
Three weeks into the Heisman hunt, Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy still are well ahead of the competition, but their teams have to keep winning.
Two weeks into the Heisman hunt, Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy are putting some distance between themselves and the rest of the field, but they're not out of reach yet.
After just one week of action, the Heisman race has already taken a shocking turn. The Predictor breaks down performances from the first weekend and looks ahead to Week 2.
The Heisman race will be dominated by the Big Three of 2008 winner Sam Bradford, 2007 winner Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy -- but other stars could get into the conversation.