You guys are all a trip. All 3 of the Big 12's top QB's are deserving of consideration and even winning the award. As of right now, no one could argue legitimately against any of them. All have played outstanding. McCoy has big wins over OU, Mizzou, and OSU. Harrell has big wins over UT and OSU. Bradford doesn't have any huge wins this year, but he's been spetacular. I UT's loss, McCoy did his job. Yes, the offense started slowly, but they outgained TT in the second half, and McCoy led them on what should have been the winning drive. Harrell then did what Heisman winners do -- he led them back down the field and thanks to the best player on TT, Crabs, they won the game. Both of them have had Heisman performances when needed. Bradford played outstanding in the lost to UT as well. He will get his chance in a few weeks.
You can't just look at stats. Obviously, TT throws the ball so much more, so Harrell's stats should be more impressive. Colt and UT run the ball more, so he should have way more rushing yards. OU and Bradford are explosive, so Bradford is going to have stats somewhere in the middle with tons of TD's as they continue to railroad opponents. Honestly, I don't know how you'd choose between Harrell and McCoy right now. If I had a vote, today it would go to Harrell. Yes, I'm a UT fan, but that's what I think today. McCoy would be a close second followed by Bradford. The coming weeks my change that. In no way shape or form should the trophy go outside of the Big 12.
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