The 2012-2013 NCAA Football Heisman Trophy Top 3 Predictions

There are many candidates for the Heisman Trophy and it will be very interesting to see who comes up on top. Here are my top 3 Heisman candidates.

1. Collin Klein (Kansas State)

Klein is a quarterback who has just changed the tempo for Kansas State. He is a true candidate for the Heisman because of his ability to escape from pressure in the pocket.

2. AJ McCarron (Alabama)

McCarron is a QB who has certainly learned how to make the right plays at the right time early and late in the game. The biggest problem is that Alabama has no shot at making it to the BCS unless Kansas State loses to Baylor, and Oregon gets shocked by Stanford.

3. Kenjon Barner (Oregon)

Kenjon Barner is one of the more physical backs in the NCAA and has really made a big impact in the Pac-12 division. He has had multiple games with multiple touchdowns and multiple games with 200+ yards. If he keeps this up, then Oregon will force Notre Dame to have to face Alabama in the Fiesta Bowl, so the BCS Championship Trophy should be battled out between Oregon and Kansas State.

My call: The 2012-2013 Heisman Trophy is presented to… Collin Klein. He is a player with enough guts to win the Heisman Trophy. K-State is a much-improved team compared to last year.

Read my updated Heisman predictions, after week 13 here.

My Super Bowl Picks – after week 4

The unusual start to the season was expected, such as the Falcons going 4-0. But can the Packers and the Patriots take a step forward after starting 2-2. What will happen next?

Here are my picks of the Super Bowl:

Texans vs. Falcons:

They are the 2 best defenses led by JJ Watt and Asante Samuel. They will be big for the Super Bowl XLVII.

My call: Falcons 27, Texans 20 Not only does the defense keep it close, but the offense will keep it even more competitive.

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Ravens vs. Cardinals:

The Ravens have allowed the 3rd least amount of points per game. The Cardinals have allowed the least amount of points in the league.

My call: Ravens 31, Cardinals 20 The Ravens are a better, more physical team compared to the Cardinals despite the fact they have an equal amount of Super Bowl appearances. Ravens offense should play well against a run-happy defense and a pass-happy offense.