Georgia Bulldogs: Heisman Trophy

Video: Heisman and SEC QB picks

August, 23, 2013

Jesse Palmer doesn't think Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel will win the Heisman Trophy this season. Palmer also talks about SEC coaches voting Georgia QB Aaron Murray ahead of Manziel.

Joyner: Aaron Murray's Heisman case

November, 20, 2012
In a season where there isn't one player who stands head and shoulders above the rest of the field, it is easy to see why someone like Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel (aka Johnny Football) would have a strong candidacy for the Heisman Trophy.

Manziel has posted some impressive numbers, including setting the freshman quarterback record for rushing yards and total offense on his way to becoming the first freshman to pass for at least 3,000 yards and rush for 1,000 yards in a single season.

Having given Manziel his due, upon closer examination it becomes clear that he isn't even the best Heisman quarterback candidate in the SEC.

That honor belongs to Georgia Bulldogs passer Aaron Murray, and it really isn't even close. Read the full story here.

Murray among Heisman Predictor’s 18 picks

August, 21, 2012
Insider The Predictor is back, and within this piece Insider Ryan McCrystal lays out scenarios that could get the job done for 18 Heisman Trophy candidates, including Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.
The Heisman Pundit has released its 2012 Heisman Trophy Watch List, and six of the 18 players on the list are from the SEC.

Nationally, USC quarterback Matt Barkley is the early favorite. But if you're looking for a favorite out of the SEC, it's probably Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson, who passed for 3,639 yards last season.

The other five SEC players making the list were Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, Arkansas running back Knile Davis, Missouri quarterback James Franklin, South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore and Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.

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Peach State: Top Tier Recruiting Ground?
California, Florida and Texas are largely considered the "Big Three" in college football recruiting. But national recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to explain why Georgia deserves to be in the top tier and has numbers to prove it.