Saturday Night Bias: Heisman Trophy, You’re Dead to Me

Stupid award is stupid.

Jameis Winston deserved the 2013 Heisman Trophy, without a doubt. He’s been brilliant, leading his team to an undefeated regular season as a first-year starter as one of the most accurate and efficient players in college football. His biggest adversary was an off-field incident, of which he was not charged and we will probably never know entirely about. There’s no question, the award was his.

My grievance, and why the award is dead to me, is with the rest of the field; more specifically, I take offense to a severe lack of Marcus Mariota.

Let’s take a look at the

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