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Heisman Chase...the Best Ever

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 12: The Heisman trophy awarded to Running back Mark Ingram #22 of the Alabama Crimson Tide at a press conference after he was named the 75th Heisman Trophy winner at the Marriott Marquis on December 12, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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Jacob ThraenContributor IDecember 14, 2009

 Mark Ingram won the closest Heisman in the award's history. It was the most debatable Heisman ever on my opinion. Toby Gerhart could of won after a great game against Notre Dame. I think Colt Mccoy would of won if he had a good game against Nebraska in the Big 12 championship, but in my opinion the Defensive tackle from Nebraska, Ndamukong Sue was by far the most dominate player in college football.

 If Sue was this donimate at another position he would of won it. Heisman voters just believe if you are a lineman you aren't good. Some Nebraska fans also commented on how they would of felt if he won it ''I would of been overjoyed. He has played heck of a year. He was no doubt in my mind the most dominate player in college football.'' Another one said ''I would of wised my my shorts, I would of been so excited''

 Mark Ingram on the other hand was very deserving too. He 249 attempts, for over 1,500 yards. He was the most consistent back in the NCAA. He also mad in the end zone 15 times. He had 150 yards against Virginia Tech to start the season. He ran for a 140 against Kentucky. He rushed for 172 against Mississippi. He ran for a season high 246 yards on the ground against South Carolina. He got 144 valuable yards against LSU. Then finished the season with a 149, 102, and 113 against Florida.

 

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