The Heisman Predictor: Week 4
Tebow and McCoy still lead, but freshman Tate Forcier has a chance to win it
After another wild week of college football, the Heisman rankings are all shaken up again, and it's not about to stabilize any time soon. Florida QB Tim Tebow, who leads the Heisman Predictor standings, has a bye this week, and his status is up in the air for his Week 6 matchup against LSU after he suffered a concussion against Kentucky. But for now, Tebow and Texas QB Colt McCoy are still well ahead of the pack. To make things interesting, however, a few surprise contenders, including two freshmen, have joined the race.
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