Keenum Has Serious Chance for Heisman

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No college football player in the country deserves the Heisman Trophy more than Case Keenum. Want to argue? Let’s go.

He’s more deserving than Florida’s Tim Tebow, more deserving than Alabama’s Mark Ingram, more deserving than even Texas’ Colt McCoy.

If the Heisman Trophy were a lifetime achievement award, McCoy would have earned it as he puts the finishing touches on an amazing career. He’s in the mix anyway because his team is unbeaten and because he’s completing 73 percent of his passes. He’s 41-7 as a starter. That’s the most victories of any UT quarterback in history, and years from now, McCoy will be mentioned in the same breath as Earl Campbell, Tommy Nobis and Vince Young.

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