"Robinson's 197 rushing yards and four total touchdowns (one passing, three rushing) firmly put him in the Heisman discussion and, for the time being, atop the Heisman Predictor standings. Remember: It's far too early to call him the front-runner -- the Predictor standings are likely to change from week to week throughout the first month -- but Michigan's schedule shapes up nicely for Robinson to make a run. He'll have the national spotlight this weekend in a rivalry game against Notre Dame, before three easy games which should allow him to pad his stats (UMass, Bowling Green, at Indiana). By the time the heart of the Michigan Big Ten schedule starts on Oct. 9 against Michigan State, Robinson could potentially have separated himself into a small group of serious contenders."
Week 1 Standings
The current rankings based on the Heisman Predictor formula.
|Terrelle Pryor||Ohio State||93.0|
|Joshua Nesbitt||Georgia Tech||88.0|
|Jacory Harris||Miami FL||88.0|
|Kendall Hunter||Oklahoma St||85.5|
|Daniel Thomas||Kansas St||83.5|
|Kellen Moore||Boise State||73.0|