Heisman Watch: Eddie’s latest rankings

11/16/2012

With just a few weeks to go in the college football season, Heisman candidates have just a couple more chances to impress the voters with standout performances.

One of those with a ballot is our Eddie George, winner of the 1995 trophy. Ahead of this weekend’s action, Eddie joins us with his latest Heisman rankings.

Who’s Eddie’s #1 right now? Listen below to find out!

(Heisman Watch with Eddie George – 11/16/12)

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Eddie George is the 1995 winner of the Heisman Trophy and a contributor to Westwood One Sports’ broadcasts of NCAA Football. You can hear him interview a fellow Heisman winner every weekend during the pregame show.

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