VoidSix wrote:If Ingram wins, it means that the best player on the best team = Heisman. Not that the best player wins the Heisman. I don't think you can argue with Suh as the best defensive player and Gerhardt as the best offensive player.
Suh is the best player in the country. But the argument that it is clear that Gerhardt is better than Ingram is absurd. Ingram had a full yard more per carry, the most 15+ yard plays in the country, played in the best conference in the country, and had only 40 total yards less than Gerhart, without playing in one full game and missing a half in the other, while playing with a quarterback who was incompetent for 80% of the season.
Ingram also had his best games of the year against the the #1, #7, and #9 teams in the country.
I'm not saying that he is better than Gerhart, just that the argument that it is clearly settled is flawed.