Heisman Projection: 165 ballots
I know I promised you just one more update today - but we've actually got a small interim update before tonight's big update. The Scripps-Howard Heisman Poll - the longest-running in this biz (with 21 of the last 25 called right) - is out. We haven't fully deconstructed it yet, but we've got five of their voters already listed, so five more first-place votes in the can (three for Manziel, two for Te'o.)
Update: I realized that two of the unknown voters were actually named in the accompanying story, with their first-place ballots. So, we've updated these numbers to reflect those votes.
One more late-night update today, and then a final update and a formal call on Friday morning.
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.
But to do this, we need your help. If you read/see/hear someone identify themselves as an official voter (with or without their vote), post a comment on our voter tips line, share a note on our Facebook wall, or send us a note on Twitter (@stiffarmtrophy). If possible, provide a link (or at least tell us where you saw/heard/read it.)
Our latest projection
Last updated: 12/6/2012 1:14 p.m. Pacific. 165 ballots, 438 votes.
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