Week four of the college football season provided the following: LSU is the best team in the country right now with wins over 3 Oregon, at 25 Mississippi State and at 16 West Virginia. Clemson's win over Florida State all but solidified The ACC Atlantic Division and their tilt at Virginia Tech this week could very well be an ACC Championship Game preview. Finally, Arizona State's win over USC means that the winner of the ASU-Utah matchup on October 8 is in the driver seat to win the Pac-12 South.
Without further ado, here is your latest Heisman Watch...
Rank PlayerPositionSchool Recent Game Stats Next Game Comment 1a Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford Idle UCLA A bye week can't knock him off from top spot. Inferior competition just might 1b Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State 23-29, 279 yards, 4 TD in win over Tulsa Nevada Needs to continue to throw four and five touchdowns a game. No indication he won't any time soon. 3 Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 17 rush, 126 yards, 85 receiving yards, receiving TD in 38-14 win over 14 Arkansas At 12 Florida The Crimson Tide will rely on him as they invade The Swamp in a possible SEC Title Game preview 4 Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State 47-60, 437 yards, 2 TD in 30-29 win at 8 Texas A&M Idle, then Kansas Biggest win of the weekend as OSU became a national title contender, and he became a legitimate Heisman hopeful 5 Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin 19-25, 345 yards, 3 TD in 59-10 win over South Dakota. 8 Nebraska A win over Nebraska and the Badgers should be BCS bound, and in a good position to sneak into BCS title game. 6 Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina 20 rush, 77 yards, TD, 73 receiving yards, receiving TD in 21-3 win over Vanderbilt Auburn Didn't put up the video game numbers from previous weeks, but 150 total yards and 2 TDs ain't bad, right? 7 Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 29-33, 338 yards, 5 TD, 51 rush yards, rush TD in 56-31 win over Rice at Kansas State I want to put him higher but can't until he faces Texas A&M and Oklahoma State. Tough road test in Manhattan this week 8 Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma
35-48, 448 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT in win over Missouri. Ball State His numbers are good, don't get me wrong, but not as strong as others and his team "slipped" to 2 in AP Poll 9 LaMichael James, RB, Oregon 23 rush, 288 yards, 2 TD in 56-31 win over Arizona Idle, then Cal Was that loss to LSU this season? 17 yards per rush last week, and 12.5 per rush this week can't be ignored. 10 Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 11 catches, 121 yards, TD in 30-29 win at 8 Texas A&M Idle, then Kansas Like Ryan Broyles at Oklahoma, won't be able to surpass his own QB. But he is sure fun to watch in that OSU offense.