Heisman Poll

Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck remains first in this week’s Heisman Trophy poll of 57 actual voters. Matt Barkley is fifth. Full results after the jump:

The 2011 StiffArmTrophy.com Week 13 Heisman Poll

rank player weighted% votes prev
1 Stanford QB Andrew Luck 91% 52 1
2 Baylor QB Robert Griffin III 86% 49 2
3 Alabama RB Trent Richardson 84% 48 3
4 Houston QB Case Keenum 56% 32 4
5 USC QB Matt Barkley 48% 29 6
6 Wisconsin RB Montee Ball 30% 18 —
7 Boise St QB Kellen Moore 27% 14 5

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  • ucla-of-the-rockies

    Barkley deserves to be second on this list behind Luck.

  • dtksr1

    I see 3-issues that will determine the team’s success next year.
    #1-Kiffin’s refusal to insert 2nd & 3rd string QBs when it was easily doable in giving them some playing experience they won’t get at practices. Will this cause a loss during the first part of next season like this years’ ASU game?
    #2-The ability of Ed Orgeron to fill in replacements on the defensive line will be crucial. He needs beef up front, strong beef that can control the line of scrimmage to where the linebackers can hunt & search down the runner/QB without getting burned backing up the line. Even fast LBs can’t be in 2-places at the same time.
    #3-Kiffin & his coaching staff finally figuring out why his team is very vulnerable in controlling the 4th quarter against better teams. PC was a master at this!

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    Pure shite….

  • dtksr1

    While I am not wishing Barkley not getting serious consideration in the Heisman trophy race (I do hope he does), maybe if he is goal driven and gets a lack of respect in the voting, it may give him incentive to return and show everyone his talent. Barkley should also understand whether he goes this year or next in the draft, he will go to a lousy team where he will get beat up on in the games. If he comes back, he doesn’t have to prove anything like he did this year.