The primary candidates for the Heisman have one final chance to impress voters. But it would likely take a performance for the ages by somebody to unseat Joe Burrow.
The record-setting quarterback for top-ranked LSU is once again the unanimous first choice in the USA TODAY Sports Network weekly Heisman survey. He added three touchdown passes in Saturday’s romp over Texas A&M to bring his season total to 44.
But perhaps his most lasting impression in his final home game in Baton Rouge was made when he saluted the fans by spelling his name ‘Burreaux’ on his pregame jersey, officially making him an honorary Louisianan for life.
The primary candidates for the Heisman Trophy have one final chance to impress voters. But it would likely