|Suck it, haters.|
2006 - Colt Brennan
2007 - Tim Tebow
2008 - Tim Tebow
2009 - Toby Gerhart
The Heisman voters tend to not give the award to the best player (how Eddie George beat out Tommie Frazier in 1995, I will never understand). But the Weisman does. We did last year since Gerhart was CLEARLY the better RB throughout the season. We correctly awarded Tebow back-to-back since Navajo Sam shit the bed in his biggest game. And we ignored Troy Smiff because Colt was an unstoppable force on the football field and the rape field.
We don't look entirely at numbers or wins and losses or schedules, we vote with our eyes. Who is kicking the most ass. EVERY WEEK. You can't mail-in games against lesser opponents. You curbstomp those fags just as hard as you would for your rival. This is why Tebow lost out on a 3rd straight Weisman unfortunately. This is why Terrelle Pryor is not and will never be considered (he doesn't bring the thunder every week like he should). Kellen Moore does not get an invite to the ceremony because he got his ass beat by Nevada. It's time to embrace the best of the best and crown the 2010 Weisman Award winner.
Justin Blackmon, WR, Okie St. - No one could cover him all year. The only thing that slowed him down was a breathalyzer.
First half of the year Denard Robinson, QB, Michigan - I will only allow him to stay for the first half of this ceremony and then he has to leave.
Patrick Peterson, CB/KR, LSU - Sickest defensive player I've seen in a long time.
Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford - Eh, whatevs.
The Wisconsin Three-headed RB Machine - White Clay Balls have to show up in Human Centipede form but look at these combined numbers: 465 carries, 2829 yards, 44 touchdowns. Yeah, that is nasty.
The 2010 winner of The Money Shot's Weisman Award is...Cam Newton, QB, Auburn.
Don't hate. Respect the talent, greatness, and athleticism of the best player in college football in a long time. I don't know about you, but I can't remember ever saying, "I've got to watch that Auburn game". Because Auburn is historically not very interesting to me. I said that a lot this season though. He actually made Auburn football exciting. Do you remember when Kodi Burns was the QB? Terrible. Not to get all homo here, but Newton on the football field truly is a joy to watch. Let's be honest, the Heisman and the Weisman has very little intrigue this year just because it's only a formality as to who wins it. But I want to rant a bit on something that angers me.
How the fuck can a handful of these sanctimonious, grandstanding media dicks completely leave Newton off of their Heisman ballots? That is ridiculous. The only statement that they are making is that they are dickless idiots just trying to make a name for themselves so that some stupid radio show in Macon, GA will call them up for an on-air interview. It's embarrassing. Whether you agree with the NCAA ruling or not, it doesn't matter. No one's opinion matters except for the governing body over college football. If they are going to deem that Cam Newton, the student athlete, is cleared to play then that should be good enough. It is for me. Don't give me this bullshit that you are going to leave him off to ensure INTEGRITY for the award. That's a bunch of pigshit. Did you have a problem giving Troy Smith the award after he was caught accepting a $500 handshake? How's it coming along trying to get OJ's award back? Billy Cannon took a shit ton of cash in the 50's, got caught, and he still has his. These same cunts that voted for Rashan Salaam are now going to complain about the integrity of the Heisman trophy? Surely you jest.
This is fucking COLLEGE FOOTBALL. The home of bribes and payouts. There is no integrity here. And what happens if this all gets flushed out, Cam Newton is proven without a shadow of a doubt that nothing illegal happened, and this was nothing like Reggie Bush at all? Will these assholes apologize? Of course not! That's not the way things work with loudmouth windbags like Bruce Hooley.
And seriously, who else is there to vote for anyway this year that is even remotely in the same stratusphere as Newton? There isn't anyone. Fortunately for Cam, the Weisman vote was unanimous which is more than we can say about the Heisman. So congrats, Cam, and may you not get fat and lazy over your break. I enjoy the thought of you running for your life behind the Redskins line next year until you get paralyzed.
Anyone else pumped for the final 30 For 30 on Saturday night chronicling the dirty SMU program. I hope to hell that it paints Craig James in a horrible light.