Pac-12 Quarterbacks Dominate Heisman Contention as Season Nears End
Written By Shafeek Ahmad, Published On 16-November-2023, 07:35 AM EST.
As the college football season approaches its climax, the race for the 2023 Heisman Trophy has intensified. The spotlight has shifted, and fifth-year senior Bo Nix of the Oregon Ducks has emerged as the favorite, surpassing early-season frontrunner Michael Penix Jr. of the Washington Huskies.
Bo Nix Takes the Lead
Bo Nix’s stellar performance has propelled him to the forefront of Heisman contention. Leading the country in completion percentage at 77.7%, Nix has thrown an impressive 29 touchdowns with just two interceptions. His recent standout game against USC, where he threw for 412 yards and four touchdowns, solidified his position as the current front-runner.
Jayden Daniels’ Unexpected Rise: LSU’s Jayden Daniels, initially considered a long shot with three losses, emerged as a serious contender after a record-breaking performance against Florida. Daniels’ historic game, accounting for 606 yards and five touchdowns, caught the attention of fans and analysts alike. Despite his brilliance, Daniels faces challenges, including the inability to play in the SEC championship game.
Dark Horse Candidates: While the front-runners dominate the Heisman discussion, Marvin Harrison Jr. of Ohio State, Carson Beck of Georgia, Jordan Travis of Florida State, Jalen Milro of Alabama, and J.J. McCarthy of Michigan are still in contention with varying odds.
Source : Fox News
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