Heisman poll

The State’s Heisman Poll: Manziel maintains lead

nwhite@thestate.comOctober 1, 2013 

Texas A M Arkansas Football

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel continues to lead The State's Heisman Poll.

DANNY JOHNSTON — ASSOCIATED PRESS

THE VOTING

Player, Position School Points
1. Johnny Manziel, QBTexas A&M60 (8)*
2. Tajh Boyd, QBClemson44 (2)*
3. Marcus Mariota, QBOregon34 (1)*
4. Aaron Murray, QBGeorgia23 (1)*
5 (tie). Teddy Bridgewater, QBLouisville10
5 (tie). Todd Gurley, RBGeorgia10
7. A.J. McCarron, QBAlabama7 (1)*
8. Jameis Winston, QBFlorida State2
9 (tie). Jadeveon Clowney, DEUSC1
9 (tie). Mike Davis, RBUSC1
9 (tie). Brett Hundley, QBUCLA1
9 (tie). Lache Seastrunk, RBBaylor1
9 (tie). Sammy Watkins, WRClemson1

*(First-place votes)

Poll voters: Jimmy Burch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Heath Cline, 107.5 The Game; Rick Henry, WIS-TV; Josh Kendall, The State; Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star; Phil Kornblut, South Carolina Radio Network; Kevin McCrarey, South Carolina Sports Network; Andrew Miller, Charleston Post and Courier; Ron Morris, The State; Gene Sapakoff, Charleston Post and Courier; Neil White, The State; Larry Williams, TigerIllustrated.com; Pete Yanity, WSPA-TV.

For the third consecutive week, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel remains at the top of The State’s weekly Heisman Trophy poll.

Manziel, the 2012 Heisman winner, led the Aggies to a high-scoring win against Arkansas and received eight of the first-place votes from the 13 Heisman voters who participate in this poll.

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd jumped back into second place with his big game in the 56-7 blowout of Wake Forest. Quarterbacks continue to dominate the poll, with seven of the first eight players on the list playing the position. Fifth-place Georgia tailback Todd Gurley is the exception.

All 13 players who made this week’s list play on teams that are ranked in this week’s AP Top 25 poll.

Neil White

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