Heisman Hopefuls After Week 6: Ranking the Top 4 and 2 Dark Horse Candidates

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Heisman Hopefuls After Week 6: Ranking the Top 4 and 2 Dark Horse Candidates
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With the month of September gone and conference play starting to heat up, it is time to take a look at this year's Heisman Trophy candidates after Week 6.

At this time last year, not many could have predicted that Robert Griffin III would go on to win college football's most coveted award.  Most pundits would have said that Andrew Luck was the perennial front-runner and had guys like Montee Ball, Trent Richardson and Landry Jones listed as finalists after Luck.

This year's race could take a similar turn as teams start to get into the tougher parts of their schedules and players begin to get worn out as the season progresses.

So without further adieu, I give you the Top Four Heisman hopefuls and two dark horse candidates after six weeks of the college football season.

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