Most teams are fortunate to have one Heisman candidate, but what happens when two players from the same team could receive an invitation to New York City?
While such a circumstance would benefit their team, it also would hurt those players' chances of taking home the most prestigious award in college football. Having two Heisman contenders on the same team takes the shine off both players.
With so many great players competing for the award, each candidate needs to be in the spotlight as much as possible to increase his odds of winning.
It's nearly impossible to make a distinction between a Heisman-contending quarterback and running back who are on the same team. Strangely enough, voters will be asked to try to do just that this season.
From reigning national champions to a flashy team in the Pac-12, there are a handful of Heisman-candidate teammates who will hurt each other's stock.