All things considered, this would be my ballot:
1. Barrett Jones
2. Chance Warmack
3. AJ McCarron
Homer or not -- I wouldn't trade any of these three fellas for any other players out there.
Raj: Excuse me, I can't be drinking, I'm about to make an important scientific discovery here!
Howard:What? Galileo did his best work while drinking wine!
Raj: How do you know that?
Howard: He was Italian, it's a reasonable assumption.
Raj: Dude, can you even open your mouth without saying a cultural stereotype?
Howard: I'm sorry Galileo drank diet sprite!
Totally agree with this statement as I have made similar statements in the conversations I have had with friends.....
If Johnny Sidearm doesn't win it, throw it away. But don't be surprised if there's not an agreement with Big 12 and Northeast voters and the undeserving Irish player gets it. Remember - they robbed Tebow in 2008 by simply not putting him on the ballot.[/QUOTE]
I'll always look back as I walk away
This memory will last for eternity
And all of our tears will be lost in the rain
Til I find my way back to your arms again
Only a few people in the world have the ability to remember everything. I'm one of them. Pick any day of my life, and I can tell you what I saw or heard.
The best example of "hands off" parenting was Darth Vader.
In a perfect world, Barrett Jones. But realistically, Johnny Football.
"The first person I would like to thank is the good Lord, for giving me the ability to play the game of football. Because without the ability to play the game I would have been at Auburn." -- Marty Lyons
Barrett Jones fits the description as to all the things that the Heisman is supposed to stand for. INCLUDING THE PART ABOUT BEING A GOOD, UPSTANDING PERSON!
I've read the end of The Book and I know who wins!