don't we all
Everybody listen to this dude--he graduated magna, bitches.
He still has Denard Robinson in the backfield with him. It's the Wilson-Ball effect, two heisman caliber players in the same backfield means no heisman winner.
We all know he has the talent to do it, but it's unlikely.
Reggie Bush? Matt Lienart?
"it's possible, it's possible."
MOAR Heisman winners!
In NCAA 12 after Denard graduated. Just saying.
Would need 150+ yards and 2-3 TDs against both Bama and ND plus a 200+ game against another non-conference to start getting enough buzz - in addition Denard would need to have an efficient but not outstanding season - 200 passing a game, 50 rushing a game. But more than likely if fitz is having that good of a season most likely Denard will also be lighting it up and they would split the votes and neither gets it
would be hard for fitz to win it. 1,We would half to go undefeated 2,he would half to outpeform SHOELACE and 3,He would half to have a MONSTER season. I would like to see him or SHOELACE win it.GO BLUE!!!
Yes, Shoelace and Touisannt are going to slice through the 2012 season. I have no doubts. I also urge you all to remember that the Heisman Trophy won’t be the goal. It’s not what it’s about at Michigan. This team will always play for the goals laid out by Bo, especially under Brady Hoke. BEAT OHIO STATE, win the B1G, and win a National Championship. I will also tell you however that Michigan certainly has a great history with the award with 3 mega talents winning it, playing within the confines of THE TEAM, THE TEAM, THE TEAM. When Michigan teams took the field in 1940, 1991, and 1997, they certainly weren’t thinking about the Heisman to start. Amazingly though, Michigan has won around 72% of its’ games All-Time. With a Heisman candidate in the locker room? It jumps to 79%. Outside of #98, #21, and #2, 21 total players have placed in the Top Ten Voting for the award, playing within the confines of the team. I love the comment about the first double Heisman, because the two are definitely going to feed off eachothers’ success, but the reality is that like Russell Wilson and Montee Ball, Gordon Bell and Rob Lytle (the last Michigan 1,000 yard duo) they may eliminate eachother while leading Michigan back to the BCS. Look for Shoelace to be in New York with another Spring and Fall to improve. Check out 98-21-2, the Heisman isn’t the goal, but it’s quite a story for the Wolverines. GO BLUE!
And oh by the way, Montee Ball is coming back to break in a new quarterback.... Probably going to rush for 2000 yards....