With the 2013 Heisman Trophy presentation just around the corner, there is plenty of reason for college football fans to celebrate.
But for a certain few, there is always a reason to hate.
You might hate that a quarterback who struggles to throw the ball effectively and a running back on a five-loss team—from the ACC nonetheless—have earned their tickets to New York City. Maybe it’s the way that one of the finalists seems to squint out of control before every play. Or maybe you just can’t stand the names Tre and Jameis.
Whatever the case, it’s apparent that you are a hater. And a day doesn’t go by without you quenching your thirst with a 32-ounce bottle of Haterade.
Thankfully, we here at B/R salute you, Mr. Hater Man.
So much so, that we’ve decided to make your job a little bit easier.
Here are the cases for why each of the six Heisman Trophy finalists don’t deserve to lift up college football’s most coveted award at the conclusion of Saturday’s ceremony (8 p.m. ET on ESPN).
Disclaimer: Content in following slides is not necessarily how the author feels about each finalist, but rather the author diving into the mind of one who is a "hater" of said star player.