With another Saturday down, more college players are doing the Heisman shuffle, staking their claim in honor to be named as the best college football player in the land.
In what was a wet Saturday for most of America, muddy fields and low visibility did not stop some players from earning their stripes and moving into the top 12 Heisman candidates.
The havoc caused by the downpour's witnessed did cause some players to drop out of the top 12 though.
Penn State's Daryll Clark and Miami's Jacory Harris both fell victim to the rain clouds overhead as poor outings in critical, Heisman-making situations cause them to fall out.
Michigan's Tate Forcier, Tennessee's Eric Berry, Oklahoma State's Dez Bryant, and Washington's Jake Locker also seceded their positions among the top 12 Heisman candidates.