College Football: 10 Top Storylines for 2015 Season

10 of 11

Dec 30, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of the 1968 Heisman Trophy of Southern California Trojans tailback O.J. Simpson (not pictured) at Heritage Hall. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Heisman Campaigns

There will always be speculation about who will win the Heisman Trophy each season, and all the top athletes will undoubtedly have a Heisman campaign put together by their school’s athletic department and PR staff.

Live Feed

College Football Heisman Trophy Update: Michael Penix Jr.'s Big Outing Sends Odds Surging
College Football Heisman Trophy Update: Michael Penix Jr.'s Big Outing Sends Odds Surging /


  • What's going on with Michigan Football's Donovan Edwards? GBMWolverine
  • South Carolina Football: Updated Heisman odds for quarterback Spencer Rattler Garnet and Cocky
  • Tyler Van Dyke enters Heisman Trophy race with big performance Canes Warning
  • 2023 Heisman Trophy Odds Following Week 2: Quinn Ewers Should Be Betting Favorite Betsided
  • Heisman Trophy Odds Following Week 1 (Caleb Williams Still Favored; Travis Hunter Undervalued) Betsided
  • But over the past few seasons there has been a noticeable decline in overall interest about who wins the coveted trophy.

    Heisman winners have been showing less impact in the NFL over the past decade, and with the rookie salary cap installed by the latest NFL collective bargaining agreement, carrying a Heisman Trophy into contract negotiations means very little anymore.

    The stories will unfold as in past seasons, but will there be much less emphasis on who is in the running and who comes out of nowhere to provide us all with their own “Heisman moment”? The most intriguing story could be whether or not we see a defensive player break through and take the honor away from this year’s crop of quarterbacks and running backs.

    Next: Playoffs? Don't Talk About Playoffs