ESPN.com's Heisman Watch summary of performances of the players who were on the Week 2 Watchlist (1. DRob; 2. Kellen Moore; 3. Terrelle Pryor; 4. Ryan Mallett) is now available.
The article by Dari Nowkhah is 90% about DRob and includes this gem:
Go back two-and-a-half years. There was a quarterback who many considered to be the best high school player in the nation. He didn't announce where he was going to play college football when nearly every other top prospect did. He wanted more time. He got his own day to announce his decision. Many thought that quarterback would choose Michigan. They said, "He'd be great in Rich Rodriguez's system." But he didn't choose Michigan; he chose Michigan's biggest rival. Terrelle Pryor spurned the maize-and-blue for the scarlet-and-gray. Did that sting Michigan fans? You bet it did. Would they trade their quarterback for Ohio State's? Would you? I wouldn't. That's not a knock on Pryor, who is dynamic. But often it looks as though Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel pulls the reins a bit on what Pryor is allowed to do. Rodriguez, meanwhile, gives Robinson free rein. And Robinson is better for it.
Now imagine this: Nov. 27 at "The Shoe" in Columbus, Ohio. Michigan will visit Ohio State. Denard Robinson vs. Terrelle Pryor. It could be a must-win game for the Buckeyes to remain unbeaten. It could be a chance for Michigan to cap the ultimate dream season. It could be a chance for one quarterback to outshine the other and in the end allow a repeat of what legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson said in 1991 when Michigan's Desmond Howard returned a punt for a touchdown against Ohio State: "Hello, Heisman!"
FWIW, he evaluates DRob's Week 3 performance with an up arrow (but then, so do Moore, Pryor and Mallett). We'll see what ESPN's "expert panel" has to say about Week 3 rankings on Tuesday.