With the fifth week of college football past us, it's time to rank the top 10 in the Heisman trophy race.
While you may not agree on where I rank each player, I always welcome a differing opinion so let me know where you'd have these players ranked.
There were several players who had big weeks and one in particular that put himself back on top of the Heisman race.
Here are the leading 10 candidates for the Heisman trophy.
The sophomore linebacker for Iowa State has three interceptions on the season, 100 total return yards, and two touchdowns.
He also has 52 total tackles on the season, 17 solo and 35 assisted.
The freshman defensive back has tallied four interceptions on the season for Texas Tech, returning one of them for a touchdown and totaling 114 return yards.
Say what you what about the Northwestern quarterback, but he has the best quarterback rating (184.6) among the active Division I quarterbacks.
He's completed 108-of-136 passes for 1,358 yards and 10 touchdowns while throwing just two interceptions.
This isn't something strange to Hawaii football, having a quarterback lead the nation in passing since they've had quarterbacks in the past that have done just that, now Bryant Moniz will add himself to that list.
Through five games, Moniz has thrown for 1,869 yards, averaging 373.8 yards per game, and 15 touchdowns.
Oklahoma State had one standout wide receiver in Dez Bryant, who's moved on to the NFL, now they have another in Justin Blackmon.
The Cowboy wide receiver has 558 yards receiving through five games, averaging 139.5 yards per game.
Kellen Moore saw limited action on Saturday against New Mexico State, but did throw for 196 yards and three touchdowns.
On the season, Moore has 1,069 yards and 11 touchdowns with a 176.2 quarterback rating.
After missing the first game of the season due to injury, defending Heisman trophy winner Mark Ingram has looked just fine since then.
Through three games, Ingram has 355 total yards and six touchdowns, averaging 118.3 yards per game.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor pulled a Willis Reed on Saturday in Columbus. The gimpy quarterback came sprinting back out on to the field during the third quarter but admitted that he couldn't do much more than hand the ball off to his running backs.
Pryor has thrown for 1,015 yards and 12 touchdowns, adding 373 yards on the ground and three more scores.
The Oregon running back has been nothing short of amazing for the third ranked Ducks this season.
He had his best performance of the season in arguably the biggest game of the year against Stanford on Saturday. James ran for 257 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Ducks to a 52-31 win.
On the season, James has 732 rushing yards through four games, a 183 yard per game average, and seven touchdowns.
Denard Robinson has been a one-man show so far this season. Just when you think he can't get much better, he puts on an even more incredible show.
The Michigan quarterback has racked up 1,008 passing yards and seven touchdowns but has added 905 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.
Robinson has accumulated 1,913 total yards and 15 total touchdowns this season.