Heisman Trophy: What We Loved and Hated About the Final Voting

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Heisman Trophy: What We Loved and Hated About the Final Voting
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After much ado, the Heisman Trophy was finally given to Baylor’s Robert Griffin III. He had 3,998 yards passing for 36 touchdowns to just six interceptions on the year, which made him the most efficient quarterback since at least 2007—there are no readily available statistics before that.

He also ran for 644 yards and nine touchdowns.

But what about the rest of the voting? Did the voters get second through fifth place right?

Here are some of the things that we loved and hated about the Heisman voting.

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