To explain what I mean: Remember this time last year?
"Who are the top three Heisman candidates?" "Tebow, McCoy, Bradford. Duh, idiot."
In the end, Tebow and McCoy were in New York, but they might as well shouldn't have gone, because they probably both knew they wouldn't win, especially Tebow.
The top three were Alabama RB Mark Ingram, Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh (Did I spell that right? S-U-H. Yes, I did.), and Stanford RB Toby Gerhart.
Now, folks, if you had said these would be the frontfunners at the end of the season, people would think you were an idiot. Turns out, it happened, as Mark Ingram won the closest race in the history of the prestigious award.
Who are 10 guys who could come out of nowhere and be in the thick of the race like we saw last season? Some might make you think, "Is this guy on drugs?" and you'll say it's impossible.
Then I'll look at last year's finish and tell you, "No, it isn't."