Heisman Watch 2011: 3 Reasons Stanford's Andrew Luck Won't Win the Heisman

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Heisman Watch 2011: 3 Reasons Stanford's Andrew Luck Won't Win the Heisman
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Stanford QB Andrew Luck entered the season as the Heisman favorite but his odds are starting to dwindle

As soon as Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck announced that he would be returning to school for his junior season, he instantly became the poster boy of college football.

All throughout the summer we had to hear about how awesome Andrew Luck is, and you know what, he’s come out and backed up the hype in his first four games.

Sure, the competition hasn’t been anywhere close to stellar, but Luck has already thrown for over 1,000 yards and 11 TDs as he’s guided the Cardinal to a 4-0 record and a Top 10 national ranking.

Luck will almost certainly be the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL draft if he decides to come out, but his chances of winning the Heisman Trophy just aren’t as strong.

Here are three reasons that you won’t hear Andrew Luck’s name called at the Heisman ceremony in December.

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