Ranking the 10 Biggest Heisman Trophy Snubs in College Football History

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Ranking the 10 Biggest Heisman Trophy Snubs in College Football History
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Did former Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson deserve the 2004 Heisman?

This year's Heisman trophy race was one of the most crowded ever, as Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III beat out a stellar group.

Alabama RB Trent Richardson, Stanford QB Andrew Luck, Wisconsin RB Montee Ball and LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu had outstanding seasons as well. Some of them have a legit gripe as to why they didn't win -as do some who didn't even get invited- but Heisman snubs are nothing new.

They've been happening for decades.

Here's a look at 10 of the biggest Heisman snubs in college football history.

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