We are near the end of the 2010-11 bowl season, with only seven more games to be played and with much more excitement to unfold.
The top three Heisman candidates of 2010 have yet to play, but many more players have made a statement in their respective bowl games and hope that it carries over into 2011 and eventually leads to a chance at the prestigious Heisman Trophy.
This year was a cakewalk for Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton, as he won the award in a landslide with his nothing-shy-of-perfect season, throwing for 2,500 yards and rushing for another 1,400, all with a combined touchdown total of 48.
There was no actual competitor that had the numbers to put up a fight against Newton, making him one of the easiest Heisman winners in history (putting aside the money scandal).
Will 2011 be the same if Newton returns? Can guys like Pryor, Robinson, James and even possibly Moore put up numbers to match Newton?
Most importantly, which players are looking to gain a boost from their 2010-11 bowl game?