Originally Posted by bhsman
Heaping success on a pedestrian quarterback when he has Alabama's offensive line, running backs, and defense. If not for playing with Alabama those stats wouldn't sniff Heisman.
EDIT: For the record, McCarron has played very well and his play has improved significantly from 2011, but any Heisman talk for him a bit much.
I don't understand.
I said McCarron was running 5th in my mind, behind the 4 players I had previously mentioned (Winston, Manziel, Perry, Mariota).
I think you may have misunderstood.