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November is here, which means the Heisman Trophy race is in full swing. With Week 10 in the rearview mirror, here�s a look at some names in the race for the 2017 Heisman, given annually to the most outstanding player in college football.
1. Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma, Senior
Mayfield is back atop the Heisman watch list after he torched rival Oklahoma State with 598 passing yards and five passing touchdowns and also added a rushing score in the Sooners' 62-52 win. He now has 3,226 passing yards, 28 passing touchdowns, five interceptions and five rushing scores in nine games.
2. Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State, Junior
Barkley falls out of the top spot after being bottled up for the second straight week. The junior only had 63 rushing yards, 33 receiving yards, 15 return yards and threw a 20-yard trick-play pass in Penn State's lightning-delayed 27-24 loss to Michigan State. His resume still is very impressive - second in the nation with 1,761 all-purpose yards, 10 total touchdowns in nine games.
3. Bryce Love, RB, Stanford, Junior
Love also couldn't find much running room against Washington State with a season-low 69 yards, which includes 52-yard touchdown run to open the second quarter. He lost his lead in the rushing title race in the process and now has 1,456 yards and 12 touchdowns in eight games. Stanford hosts Washington on Friday night.
4. Khalil Tate, QB, Arizona, Sophomore
Tate continued his surge into the Heisman discussion, totaling three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing), throwing for 146 yards and rushing for 161 in Arizona's 49-35 loss to USC. Tate has thrown for 930 yards, eight touchdowns and five interceptions and rushed for 1,087 yards and nine touchdowns despite being the Wildcats' backup QB for the first month of the season. Arizona hosts Oregon State on Saturday.
5. Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame, Junior
Adams had just 22 rushing yards on five carries before leaving Notre Dame's 48-27 win over Wake Forest due to weariness (head coach Brian Kelly told reporters after the game that Adams "had a busy week with exams and other things" and that "he just wasn't feeling right"). He's at 1,191 rushing yards and nine touchdowns in nine games for the Fighting Irish, who play at Miami (Fla.) on Saturday.
6. Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State, Senior
Baker Mayfield benefitted the most from Saturday's Bedlam shootout, but Rudolph acquitted himself quite nicely as well with 448 passing yards and six total touchdowns (five passing, one rushing) in the 62-52 loss. The senior has thrown for 3,314 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions and has rushed for seven more scores in nine games. Oklahoma State plays at Iowa State on Saturday.
7. Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin, Freshman
Taylor showed no ill effects from an ankle injury suffered last week, rushing for 183 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries as Wisconsin steamrolled Indiana, 45-17. The freshman has rushed for 1,368 yards and 12 touchdowns in nine games for the undefeated Badgers. Next up: Iowa, which already has an upset win over one prominent Big Ten team (Ohio State) and was one play away from another (Penn State).
8. Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville, Junior
Jackson has thrown for 2,808 yards, 18 touchdowns and six interceptions and rushed for 1,029 yards and 14 touchdowns in nine games. Louisville returns from a bye and hosts Virginia on Saturday.
9. J.T. Barrett, QB, Ohio State, Senior
How quickly things change in college football. After throwing no interceptions in his previous six games, and a week after leading Ohio State to an upset over then-No. 2 Penn State with a near-perfect game, Barrett was picked off four times in Ohio State's 55-24 upset loss to Iowa. He threw for 208 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 63 yards on 14 carries, giving him 2,374 passing yards, 28 passing touchdowns, five interceptions, 517 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns in nine games for the Buckeyes, who host Michigan State on Saturday.
2016 Final Results
|10. (t)||Dalvin Cook||Florida State||RB||JR||3||15||28||67|
|10. (t)||Donnel Pumphrey||San Diego St.||RB||SR||4||12||31||67|
|2016||Lamar Jackson||University of Louisville||QB|
|2015||Derrick Henry||University of Alabama||RB|
|2014||Marcus Mariota||University of Oregon||QB|
|2013||Jameis Winston||Florida State||QB|
|2012||Johnny Manziel||Texas A&M||QB|
|2011||Robert Griffin III||Baylor||QB|
|2010||Cam Neewton||Auburn Uni.||QB|
|2009||Mark Ingram||U.Of Alabama||RB|
|2006||Troy Smith||Ohio State||QB|
|2004||Matt Leinart||Southern California||QB|
Heisman Trophy History
In 1935, the Downtown Athletic Club established the DAC Trophy, to be awarded to the best football player from a college east of the Mississippi River.
John W. Heisman, who had become the club's athletic director after a long, successful career as a college coach, died on Oct. 3, 1936. The award was then renamed the Heisman Memorial Trophy and has since been given to the nation's outstanding college player.
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