As the first block of games are wrapping up in Week 5, college football fans are already seeing the Heisman race heat up.
A few players added one more key performance to their resume, further pleading their case to win the biggest honor possible at the collegiate level.
Let's take a look inside and check out who is still looking impressive after a Week 5 performance.
In Michigan's 58-0 destruction of Minnesota, it should come as no surprise that Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson made some great plays.
However, in a move that actually is a bit of a shocker, Robinson did most of his damage from the pocket in this one.
Robinson went 15 for 19 for 169 yards and two passing touchdowns, but he still did his damage on the ground, rushing for 51 yards on just six carries and crossing the chalk on the ground as well.
If nothing else, the junior signal caller continues to be one of the most entertaining college players to watch on a week-to-week basis.
No. 14 ranked Texas A&M was involved with a shoot out with No. 18 ranked Arkansas, with the Razorbacks pulling out the narrow 42-38 victory.
A huge part of that was the monster performance of their quarterback, Tyler Wilson.
Despite his team being down by 18 at halftime, the junior signal-caller looked cool, calm and collected en route to a 510-yard, three touchdown performance.
Wilson now has over 1,500 passing this season, with a 10:3 ratio of touchdowns to interceptions. If Wilson can replicate this kind of production for the rest of the season, it is scary to think about what his final stats will be, and how far the Razorbacks can go.
Another game, another 100-yard performance.
Georgia Bulldog running back Isaiah Crowell had his third 100-yard game of the season against Mississippi State.
The fact that the true freshman only has three touchdowns in 2011 certainly hurts his stock a bit, but averaging over five yards per carry and over 400 yards at this point in the season is no easy feat for a back's first year of college ball.
If Crowell can start finding the end zone a little more regularly, he will certainly elevate himself into the Heisman conversation.
Coming into Week 5's showdown with Auburn, the South Carolina Gamecock running back, Marcus Lattimore, has nine touchdowns and has gone over 100 yards in every game but one.
The sophomore player is someone to definitely keep an eye on.
In four games, Dyer has had two impressive performances, where he notched over 150 yards on the ground.
The Auburn Tiger also has six touchdowns on the season, so a big game against a tough South Carolina squad would boost his stock tremendously.