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Ivan Maisel's Heisman Watch

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Posted: Monday September 10, 2001 11:12 AM
Updated: Monday September 10, 2001 11:18 AM
  DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster ran for 179 yards and a touchdown in a 41-17 romp of Kansas. AP

Sports Illustrated college football writer Ivan Maisel will break down the Heisman race every week of the 2001 season.

1. David Carr, QB, Fresno State

2001 stats: 64-of-108 (59.3 percent), 778 yards, 7 TDs, 1 INT The leader of the most exciting story in the sport. And he can play, too.

2. Damien Anderson, TB, Northwestern

2001 stats: 28 carries, 113 yards

He played a decent game last Friday at UNLV. The whole team looked as if it was scraping the rust off. He'll get better.

3. Ken Dorsey, Miami

2001 stats: 34-of-52 (65.4 percent), 659 yards, 5 TDs, 2 INTs

Yes, he played well. But can you reward a guy for playing well against the Rutgerses of the world?

4. Kurt Kittner, QB, Illinois

2001 stats: 35-of-68 (51.5 percent), 538 yards, 4 TDs, 0 INTs

The Illini didn't exactly sing in squeaking by Northern Illinois. But Kittner kept them focused and they did enough to win.

5. DeShaun Foster, TB, UCLA

2001 stats: 52 carries, 299 yards, 1 TD

Two games, two solid performances. He looked better against Kansas than against Alabama but he's supposed to, isn't he? My simplest recommendation: I like watching him play.


 
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