...based on his stats in the first quarter, DROB would have been projected to have rushed for
and passed for
Obviously, these numbers would not have held up BUT, are 129 yards rushing, 4/4 60 yards passing and two tds in ONE QUARTER good enough to keep the best all around football player in the country at the top of the Heisman list?
I say for right now, yes.
What Drob does against more mature D's will tell us more about him and where he stays in the Heisman race.
And for the record, the heisman would be icing on the cake. The prize is beating MSU/OSU and being in contention for the Big 10 title.