Does Big 12 Football Have Any Legit Heisman Candidates for 2014 Season?

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Does Big 12 Football Have Any Legit Heisman Candidates for 2014 Season?
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The last Heisman Trophy winner to come from the Big 12 was Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III in 2011. As a whole, the conference has had five winners—Ricky Williams, Eric Crouch, Jason White, Sam Bradford and RGIII—since its inception in 1996. 

With that said, the Big 12 in 2014-15 seems to be lacking a good list of legitimate Heisman contenders, with only three guys that could honestly be brought into the conversation. 

At the top of the list is Baylor signal-caller Bryce Petty, who tore up defenses last season en route to a conference title. 

With that, let's look at the Big 12's best chances to grab a Heisman in the upcoming season. 

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