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Ranking The Big Ten Heisman Candidates After Week 9

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Ranking The Big Ten Heisman Candidates After Week 9


Week 9 was not a great look for the Big Ten in terms of Heisman contenders in the conference. Let’s take a look at a less than impressive week from our candidates.


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Each week we’ll take a look at the Heisman front-runners from the Big Ten. Who’s stock is rising, who’s falling, and what conference star has the best chance to be named the best player in college football?

At this point, there seems to be only one with a realistic chance to be invited to New York in December.

No. 4 – Rondale Moore – Purdue, WR

Ranking Last Week: No. 4

What You Need To Know

After an emotional win over No. 2 Ohio State last week, Purdue came out flat against Michigan State. Rondale Moore had a fairly decent day all things considered, but didn’t do enough to move up our list.

However, the kid is putting up great numbers, especially for a true freshman. Defenses need to know where No. 4 is at all times. Sparty had a good game plan for Moore and kept him in check most of the day.

Week Four Stats

(23-13 loss to Michigan State): 11 receptions, 74 yards, 0 touchdowns,

Season Stats

68 receptions, 802 yards, 7 touchdowns, 163 rushing yards, 1 touchdown

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Heisman Odds

Low

Heisman Status

FALLING

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