Marcus Lattimore topped 100 yards rushing in Saturday's 54-3 win over Kentucky but has fallen down - or off - the major Heisman Trophy watch lists.
He added four receptions for 14 yards against the Wildcats, not finding the endzone this week. A week ago, Lattimore was held to 66 yards and a rushing touchdown against Auburn.
Through six games, Lattimore has 779 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns.
Here is a roundup of where he stands in several of the national Heisman watch lists.
The HeismanPundit.com Heisman Watch dropped Lattimore completely from its weekly list a week ago. Two weeks ago, he was second in the rankings.
Its current top six players are Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson, Alabama running back Trent Richardson, Baylor QB Robert Griffin III, Michigan QB Denard Robinson, and Oklahoma QB Landry Jones.
According to HeismanPundit: "You can tuck away Marcus Lattimore’s Heisman hopes for another year. To win the trophy as a running back from a school like South Carolina, you have to have either excellent career numbers capped by a brilliant senior season (a la George Rogers) or a remarkable single season that blows the competition away. While Lattimore is on his way to a fine year, I doubt it will be good enough to overcome the kind of seasons about to be had by the front runners in this race."
In the CBS Sports Heisman top player projections, Lattimore remains on the "Others to Watch" list.
In ESPN's Heisman Watch, Lattimore has dropped from third to seventh and now 10th. ESPN's top three this week includes Luck, Wilson and Moore.