The Great Heisman Campaign: The Bracket-ing

For details on the contest (or whatever it is) check out last week’s post on the matter. Here’s the bracket:

The 2009 Heisman Bracket

Click the bracket to see it in all its full-size glory. Battles will start tomorrow, with fan voting determining the winners. Each battle will last about a week, with a new one starting each day (yes, they’ll overlap). When the first round is complete in 16 days, I’ll take a break to recap the action, and we’ll move along.

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8 Comments so far

  1. LT says...

    This. Is. Awesome.

    I’m afraid that unless something amazing happens you’re going to be crowning Zoltan our best Heisman candidate though

  2. linking to last week’s post would be awesomest so i dont have to scroll

  3. Haskdog says...

    No way does Zoltan the Great deserve to be put out in the West with Focier. I like him as a 1 seed in the South or the Midwest.

    Love it. Where is Barwis?

  4. eabWolverine says...


  5. MaizeNBlue19 says...

    Junior Hemingway NOT on the list! I am pretty shocked, really. I can totally see Junior and martavious being our top receivers this year, even over mathews. I can really see junior with a enormous breakout season.

  6. marvel99 says...

    I know its just all for fun, but why is Mike Shaw so low?

    A #7 seed, lower than T. Rob and the same seed as Hawthorne even, wow….

  7. Tim says...

    Primarily because the seeds were mostly random outside of the top 2 in each “region.” And what fun would a bracket be without some upsets?

  8. Rosey says...

    No Vince Smith?


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