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THE HEISMAN FORMULA
CORY MCCARTNEY
August 22, 2011
Do you want to know who will win the Heisman? SI has created a six-step formula based on past voting trends and applied it to the 2011 season to determine who will be living a trophy life in December
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August 22, 2011

The Heisman Formula

Do you want to know who will win the Heisman? SI has created a six-step formula based on past voting trends and applied it to the 2011 season to determine who will be living a trophy life in December

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RYAN BROYLES

LANDRY JONES

ANDREW LUCK

TRENT RICHARDSON

LAMICHAEL JAMES

ELIMINATED

As a freshman in 2010, the 6-foot, 232-pound bruiser rumbled for 1,197 yards and 17 TDs. Any Heisman push for South Carolina's back, however, is bound to take a hit with teammate and Biletnikoff runner-up Alshon Jeffery also making a bid.

MARCUS LATTIMORE

ELIMINATED

The Nebraska quarterback is coming off a record-setting freshman year, racking up 2,596 yards of total offense and 22 TDs, but he plays in the shadow of one of the nation's top linemen, Jared Crick, the Big Ten Preseason Defensive Player of the Year.

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