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My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country.

Newton strikes the pose. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. Alabama: 13/20, 216 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT, 22 att., 39 yards, 1 TD

2. LaMichael James, Oregon, RB
Last Week vs. Arizona: 28 att., 126 yards, 2 TD

3. Kellen Moore, Boise State, QB
Last Week vs. Nevada: 20/31, 348 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Continue reading

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My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country.

(AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week: Bye Continue reading

My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

I’m just going to include a link to the players stats from now on for space purposes. The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country.

(AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. Georgia: 12/15, 148 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, 30 att., 151 yards, 2 TD Continue reading

My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

I’m just going to include a link to the players stats from now on for space purposes. The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country.

(AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. UT-Chattanooga: 15/21, 317 yards, 4 TD, 8 att., 24 yards, 1 TD Continue reading

My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

Heisman Race
I’m just going to include a link to the players stats from now on for space purposes. The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country, while Pryor and Robinson are on the verge of falling out.

(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. Ole Miss: 18/24, 204 yards, 2 TD; 11 att., 45 yards, 1 rec., 20 yards, 1 TD Continue reading

My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

Heisman Race
I’m just going to include a link to the players stats from now on for space purposes. The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country, while Pryor and Robinson are on the verge of falling out.

(AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. LSU: 10/16, 86 yards; 28 att., 217 yards, 2 TD
-Flat out exciting to watch.
Continue reading

My Completely Irrelevant Top 25 and Heisman Race

Heisman Race
I’m just going to include a link to the players stats from now on for space purposes. The top three players this week reflect the most consistent performers in the country, while Pryor and Robinson are on the verge of falling out.

Auburn QB, Cameron Newton dives for a touchdown on 3rd and Goal against Arkansas. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

1. Cam Newton, Auburn, QB
Last Week vs. Arkansas: 10/14, 140 yards, 1 TD; 25 att., 188 yards, 3 TD
-So far, only two teams have held Newton under 100 yards (w/ more than 10 carries) on the ground. Newton accounts for 63.4% (2,138 yards) of the Tigers offense and is averaging  3.6 touchdowns per game. To put that into perspective, Tebow averaged 4.2 touchdowns per game in his 2007 Heisman season. Newton leads the nation in yardage per completion at 10.5 as well. Continue reading