Colt McCoy’s Heisman trophy prospects in 2009 have become the talk around the dinner table in our house and will be much discussed around the water cooler this week as the end of the college football season approaches. We want your vote for the Heisman trophy winner below!
Colt McCoy is the sensational quarterback of the Texas Longhorns. Every week he plays this year his stock in the Heisman race seems to go up. We want to know what you think of his chances compared with other lesser mortals.
On Thanksgiving Day, Colt McCoy put the Texas Longhorns on his back against Texas A&M. He single-handedly carried the team to victory like the He-Man he really is.
Will it help him win the Heisman voting that he is such a damn hunk? The picture should be enough to win a few votes. Is it any wonder that Colt McCoy’s girlfriend is totally hot? The pretty blond girl is named Rachel Glandorf. Quarterbacks get the best squeezes.
As a biography Colt McCoy was born in the sleepy state of New Mexico in the southwestern United States on September 5, 1986. He is 6’3″ tall and 205 pounds of pure man. After red-shirting his freshman season, he first became starting quarterback for the Texas Longhorns three seasons ago.
He holds school records for most touchdown passes in a season, career, and most yardage thrown too. And dare I say fewest losses in a season. Colt McCoy’s statistics are the real deal. Just check them out.
The University of Texas is 12-0 and competing for a national championship. Winning is almost everything in football, and nobody has won more game in 2009 than Colt McCoy at quarterback.
ESPN still ranks Colt McCoy second in the Heisman running behind Alabama running back Mark Ingram. Stanford running back Toby Gerhart, Clemson Tigers running back, C.J. Spiller, Florida Gators’ quarterback Tim Tebow are 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively.
So those five Heisman trophy prospects will serve as the basis for our contest. Where do you rank Colt McCoy’s Heisman chances among the five leading candidates? Give us your prediction for who will win the Heisman trophy in the comments below.
But first a Colt McCoy Heisman video pitch!