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  • #61
    Originally posted by soybean View Post
    haha then I guess neither bush nor young deserve the trophy.
    or Leinart.

    which leaves Brady Quinn (4th) and Michael Robinson (5th), followed by A.J. Hawk (6th) and DeAngelo Williams (7th)

    congrats to DeAngelo Williams!

    Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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    • #62
      Originally posted by wonderbredd24 View Post
      Maybe he should give it back just for being so mediocre in the pros.
      hahhahahhah cosign maybe?

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      • #63
        Originally posted by wonderbredd24 View Post
        Maybe he should give it back just for being so mediocre in the pros.
        The Heisman trophy would implode if you had to be good in the pros to keep it.
        **** her in da *****!

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Brent View Post
          or Leinart.

          which leaves Brady Quinn (4th) and Michael Robinson (5th), followed by A.J. Hawk (6th) and DeAngelo Williams (7th)

          congrats to DeAngelo Williams!
          Which goes back to my original point.


          RIP TheManInBlack

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Sniper View Post
            Yeah, whereas Young played with a bunch of scrubs all season. That Longhorns team really had zero talent on it. We all know Texas is always scraping the bottom of the barrel to land talent.
            I didn't mean to imply that, I actually stated, before that post,that Vince had a lot of talent on that O with him. I was implying that if you take Vince of that team, UT is 10-3 team at best. If you took Bush off that USC team they are 12-1 and MNCs.

            No use hashing it anymore I think we both have our minds made up and neither one of us is going to convince the other to changes their opinion.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by soybean View Post
              haha then I guess neither bush nor young deserve the trophy.
              Hey you! Shut your facehole! /Plinket

              Anywhoooo...

              Originally posted by Mama Young
              Vince Young's mother told FOX 26 in Houston she believes her son deserved the 2005 Heisman Trophy, but has no interest in it being awarded now if it becomes available.

              "We're not interested in having no honor and no glory out of somebody else they are trying to tear down, no," Felicia Young said. "They did not give Vincent the Heisman when he was there, even though I know that my son, he was the one who should have had the Heisman, but God didn't see it that way. He gave it to Reggie Bush."

              ...

              "I know that my son is not thinking about the Heisman because God blessed him with even more than just that piece of wood," Felicia Young said. "He blessed him with the National Championship."

              "Leave (Reggie Bush) alone because his stats and his ability and everything that he did as a human being in playing football he did wonderful.

              "I say to Reggie Bush today 'you keep your head up.' "

              ...
              http://collegesportsblog.dallasnews....i-are-not.html
              Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

              [@TDWinstead]
              Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
              Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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              • #67
                Gotta love mommas.

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                • #68
                  VY just wins gamezzz....but not Heismans.
                  Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
                  The APS is strong in this one.
                  Originally posted by killxswitch
                  Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by CC.SD View Post
                    They didn't take it away, this is now a hypothetical situation created by false reporting.
                    Meh, Yahoo sports has been on this story like flies on ****. I listened to the guy who broke the story, and he seems extremely confident that it's going to happen at some point this month. Everything they've reported on in regards to this story has been accurate and their stories have been breaking far before anybody else has even gotten a whiff of what was going on.

                    Just because the Heisman Trust hasn't officially done it, taken a vote, and recorded the minutes doesn't mean that there hasn't been serious discussion about it and a consensus agreement on it.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                      Meh, Yahoo sports has been on this story like flies on ****. I listened to the guy who broke the story, and he seems extremely confident that it's going to happen at some point this month. Everything they've reported on in regards to this story has been accurate and their stories have been breaking far before anybody else has even gotten a whiff of what was going on.

                      Just because the Heisman Trust hasn't officially done it, taken a vote, and recorded the minutes doesn't mean that there hasn't been serious discussion about it and a consensus agreement on it.
                      I guess...I mean do you realize what the paper would look like if all it reported were things that might happen at some nondescript point in the future? they reported false information and got shut down by the Heisman committee, confident reporter or not.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by CC.SD View Post
                        I guess...I mean do you realize what the paper would look like if all it reported were things that might happen at some nondescript point in the future? they reported false information and got shut down by the Heisman committee, confident reporter or not.
                        You're basically describing modern day journalism.

                        Also, his report didn't say it would be stripped at some nondescript point, but that would be stripped of it by the end of the month. Unless the Heisman Trust decides to pull a Nixon and wait until October to do it just to **** with the press, I'd be surprised if it didn't happen.

                        Everyone has denied everything regarding this story since 2006, yet Jason Cole has remained five steps ahead of everyone else. I'm not going to discount his word just because the Heisman Trust says they haven't officially put anything on record yet.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                          You're basically describing modern day journalism.

                          Also, his report didn't say it would be stripped at some nondescript point, but that would be stripped of it by the end of the month. Unless the Heisman Trust decides to pull a Nixon and wait until October to do it just to **** with the press, I'd be surprised if it didn't happen.

                          Everyone has denied everything regarding this story since 2006, yet Jason Cole has remained five steps ahead of everyone else. I'm not going to discount his word just because the Heisman Trust says they haven't officially put anything on record yet.
                          hmm I definitely feel you, sports journalism is more rumor mongering than anything else, but you still can't report things that aren't true and pass em off as facts, especially when the subject of the story comes out and denies it. I don't blame the Heisman trust for milking this situation, this whole situation has made them more relevant than they've been in a long time.

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