Heisman Trophy: Peyton Manning and the 10 biggest Heisman snubs of all-time

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Ranking the 10 biggest snubs in the history of the Heisman Trophy.

We’re just a few days away from learning who the next Heisman Trophy winner will be, and this year, and there are three qualified candidates, any which with a strong chance to win.

Related: Ranking the last 15 Heisman Trophy Winners

With that said, there might not be a lot of controversy with the next Heisman winner, but plenty of arguments will be made for the candidates. Those candidates being Clemson Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson, Alabama Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry and Stanford Cardinal all-purpose back Christian McCaffrey.

Now, we take a look back in history to see some of the greatest players to ever play the game of college football, but are among the biggest snubs when it comes to the Heisman Trophy.

There are players with record-breaking careers and quarterbacks who led their team to national championships. With so many Heisman winners, there are bound to be snubs, and some controversy, but these 10 players represent the 10 players who have the best case for having the Heisman in their trophy case.

With so many decades and eras of college football being represented on this list, there’s a combination of factors that can and cannot be used in deciding how to rank these players. Team record, accolades and stats are all taken into consideration, but because of certain conferences, schedules and injuries, some rankings are harder than others.

Without further delay, here are the 10 biggest Heisman snubs of all-time.

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