Heisman Projection: 140 ballots
Another big batch of votes, and the Aggies' Johnny Manziel keeps on hangin' on.
I'm aware that there are Notre Dame and K-State fans that are claiming this site is "biased", because there are a lot of Aggie fans chirping away with updates for me. Five thoughts about that:
No fan base will ever be as high-energy as the Nebraska Cornhusker fans were when Ndamakong Suh was a finalist. Seriously.
I believe in my system - and we've gone ten out of ten.
Don't like what you're seeing here? Go find some Te'o and Klein votes that I'm missing. I'm trying to catalogue 'em all. Every last one.
Remember, the point isn't to "win" this site - it's to project the winner. Nothing we're doing here will actually affect the outcome, since the ballot deadline was on Monday afternoon.
There may be a lot of Aggie fans here, but they seem to revel in sharing updates that have already been shared a few dozen times. Long on enthusiasm, short on reading skills. (Oh snap! Now Aggie Fan can tell me I'm biased...)
Next update will be... when we get more votes tracked down. Patience, grasshopper.
For the eleventh year in a row, we're going to attempt to project the outcome of the greatest individual award in sports, the Heisman Trophy. So far, we've been right ten out of ten years.
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Our latest projection
Last updated: 12/5/2012 3:58 a.m. Pacific. 140 ballots, 377 votes.
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