Heisman Trophy finalist | Ndamukong S...

Heisman Trophy finalist | Ndamukong Suh: Big 12 championship ga...

There are 8 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Dec 11, 2009, titled Heisman Trophy finalist | Ndamukong Suh: Big 12 championship ga.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Ndamukong Suh turned the Big 12 championship game into his own personal Heisman Trophy statement.

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Jeanette and Bud

Tampa, FL

#1 Dec 11, 2009
Let's hope the offensive hold on the Heisman is broken this year by rightly giving the award to Suh. Mark May called him the best he has seen in 15 years and he should know, being a former Outland winner and one of the best college analysts in the country.
robert wolter

Portsmouth, RI

#2 Dec 11, 2009
Yes Suh! All the way to the Heisman.

Dublin, OH

#3 Dec 11, 2009
Best player I have seen all year. Mr. Suh deserves the Heisman for his play in this or any other season he is so good.
Mike D

Thornville, OH

#4 Dec 11, 2009
LOL, "Mark May ... one of the best college analysts in the country".

Chicopee, MA

#6 Dec 11, 2009
I really hope that is a joke about Mark May.

Costa Mesa, CA

#7 Dec 11, 2009
May just can't seem to overcome his obvious biases to do a good job as an analyst. His hatred of Ohio State, among others, is all too obvious and his superiors should talk to him about that.

Look at the good job Kirk Herbstreit does in giving his unbiased analysis of the games. He has picked against his alma mater on many occasions and criticizes where and when appropriate. May should take a lesson here.
David - Buckeye from KY

East Bernstadt, KY

#8 Dec 11, 2009
In a year when there has been obviously no standout performers at the traditional glamour positions of quarterback and running back; why not give the Heisman to such a dominant force on the defensive side of the ball? Wonder how high he'll go in the NFL draft? I bet he will be picked before any other Heisman candidate. You know, defense gets slighted for such an award. The last time I checked, there were 11 defensive players on the field every single time there were 11 offensive players on the field; stating the obvious. Why should someone who is so dominant at his position; especially in a year where there has been no real standout offensive players...why shouldn't he be the winner?

“The One, The True”

Since: Dec 09


#9 Dec 11, 2009
I gave you people Charles Woodson a few years back. He played defense, he won the Heisman. Stop whining or I'll replace football with sychronized swimming.

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