Mississippi State Players Top the Saturday Blitz Heisman Watch for Week 10

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Dec 14, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Detailed view the Heisman Trophy awarded to Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston (not pictured) after a press conference at the New York Marriott Marquis Times Square in New York following the awards ceremony. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Happy November to everybody. With the final month of the college football regular season underway, the fun is really starting to begin. We have now found out who the truly good teams are, we have a very good read on who the championship contenders are, and we can finally bring you our Heisman watch because we have enough information to determine who the best players are.

This year’s college football season has been remarkable to this point, with an unranked team vaulting to No. 1 and an unlikely leader in the Heisman trophy race. Our Heisman watch heavily takes into account numbers, but it also factors in level of competition and the performance of the players’ teams. It’s not that you have to be on a national championship team to be in the Heisman Watch, but you should be on a pretty good team.

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We’re also taking into account the eye test, which obviously eliminates a lot of Pac-12 quarterbacks who throw it 70 times a game just to pad their stats. Doing that is completely irrelevant to us.

The Heisman is supposed to go to the best player in college football. Period. That doesn’t always mean putting up the best numbers. And as you’ll see in our rankings, it doesn’t always mean ignoring defensive players either.

So happy November to you all. And let the intense debates about all things college football begin. Here is the Saturday Blitz Week 10 Heisman Watch for college football.

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