Ladies and gentlemen, college football fanatics all around the world, we are halfway through the regular season already. Oh, how time does fly when you're having fun.
Since we are already halfway through, it's time to begin discussing the Heisman Trophy.
There are a few players who have separated themselves from the pack.
The first player that comes to mind is Denard Robinson, the Michigan quarterback, who has already thrown for 1,123 yards and eight touchdowns, along with rushing for 991 yards and nine touchdowns.
Although Robinson has come out of the gate quickly, he has been closely followed by the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram, along with Ryan Mallett, Terrelle Pryor, and Andrew Luck.
Needless to say, all the press is going to these players, but there are quite a few other candidates who are dark horses in this year's college football campaign.