Why West Virginia's Geno Smith Will Not Be Caught in 2012 Heisman Race
It may be October, but we can probably call the Heisman Trophy race already.
Geno Smith, you may prepare your speech now.
Smith didn't have the kind of monster night he had against Baylor, but I guess you can't pass for 657 yards and eight touchdowns every night.
259 yards and four touchdowns is nothing to sneeze at though, and those are the kind of numbers Smith put up against the Longhorns.
So after five games, Smith has 1,997 yards, 24 touchdowns and has not thrown a pick all season. If he keeps up this pace, he'll have 4,792 yards and 58 touchdowns by the end of the regular season.
Too bad West Virginia doesn't play Baylor again.
There's just nobody in the country that has been as dominant as Smith has.
Who do you put up against Geno Smith? E.J. Manuel? Collin Klein? Both are quality players, but neither one has even come close to having the season that Smith has had.
Smith is also the heart and soul of the Mountaineers right now. That's not to say that he's the only one making the plays. On the contrary, he makes everyone around him better.
Has Geno Smith already won the Heisman?
That's the kind of quarterback that the rest of the offense wants to play hard for.
All of the rest of college football's elite still have something to play for this season, but the best that they can hope for is second place in the Heisman race. Much like the Mountaineer offense itself, no one is going to catch Geno Smith.
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