The Heisman Trophy race has taken a strange evolution throughout the season.
Several preseason favorites, including Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and Clemson's Tajh Boyd, fell completely off the radar. Meanwhile, Oregon's Marcus Mariota seemed to be running away in the race only to stumble in the latter half of the season.
Last year's winner, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, suffered the same fate, as two poor performances late in the year effectively ended his Heisman chances. He'll still be a finalist along with four others, all of whom will be chasing finalist No. 6, Jameis Winston.
In leading Florida State to a national title appearance with a remarkable season, he stands as the favorite. The lone smudge on his resume was caused by a sexual assault investigation.
Will those issues outside the lines cause enough voters to reconsider Winston for the Heisman?
We'll stack the six Heisman Trophy finalists up against each other and break down who holds the biggest piece of the bronze pie.