Martell Is Leaving Ohio St. and Is on His Way to the U
White House Treats National Champions to Fast Food Cheat Day
Northwestern May Have CFB's Most Hyped Coach
Army's Historic Bowl Beatdown Caps Off Epic Season
Purdue Football's No. 1 Fan Is Inspiring the Team
CFB's Creative Entrances Put WWE to Shame
CFB's Walk-on Scholarship Season Has Returned
Tua Continues to Take Hawaiian Football to Another Level
CFB Players Teaming Up to Tackle Hunger in Miami
4'2" WR Will Walk on at Baylor University
Felder's Film Room: Ferocious Front 7's Will Decide National Championship
UAB Is Making CFB Even More Fun and Having Its Best Season at the Same Time
Heisman Hopefuls: B/R Highlights Finalists Prior to Trophy Ceremony
Who Should Be the 2017 Heisman Finalists?
Miami vs. Clemson: Which Elite Defense Will Prevail in ACC Championship Game
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 11
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 10
Which CFB Stars Need More Heisman Hype?
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 9
Wisconsin Badgers running back Jonathan Taylor sent his Heisman Trophy stock climbing in Saturday's 45-14 win over the New Mexico Lobos.
Taylor ran the ball 33 times for 253 yards and three touchdowns.
According to ESPN Stats & Info, Melvin Gordon had been the last Badgers running back to finish with at least 250 yards (251 yards in a 2015 Outback Bowl win over the Auburn Tigers).
Taylor now has 398 yards and five touchdowns through two games, and he's averaging an impressive 7.8 yards per carry.
Entering this week's action, Taylor was fifth in the Heisman betting odds (+1000). When the Week 3 odds are unveiled, don't be surprised if Taylor has risen a spot or two on the list.