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  1. 10 Dec '06 03:18 / 2 edits
    OK the drama is over. I am sure you all were on pins and needles wondering who it would be. LOL. In fact, it was as much of a question as who will win the national title. Troy Smith had 87% of the vote and it was the most lopsided win in Heisman trophy history. I think the quote of the day came from Troy as he was thanking a man by the name of Teddy Ginn Senior for being there for him as he was growing up and being a father figure for him because he came from a poverty stricken background. "It takes a man to show a man how to be a man".

    GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!
  2. Standard member Ramned
    The Rams
    10 Dec '06 03:36
    good work, Smith. I can't wait til he leaves OSU and they get worse.
  3. 10 Dec '06 04:15
    Originally posted by Ramned
    good work, Smith. I can't wait til he leaves OSU and they get worse.
    Actually they should have a good team next year as well. They have all of their great wide recievers coming back that have helped Troy look good this year as well as their star running backs coming back next year. All they need now is a half way decent QB and they may be right back in the hunt. I think if their defense improves it may help comensate for the loss of Troy next year.
  4. 10 Dec '06 09:21
    Originally posted by whodey
    Actually they should have a good team next year as well. They have all of their great wide recievers coming back that have helped Troy look good this year as well as their star running backs coming back next year. All they need now is a half way decent QB and they may be right back in the hunt. I think if their defense improves it may help comensate for the loss of Troy next year.
    We are all celebrating in Cleveland,Ohio Troy went to Glenville High which is on the east-side THE WHOLE CITY AND STATE OF OHIO IS PROUD OF TROY SMITH OHIO STATE WILL WIN THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP THIS YEAR. CONGRATS TROY AND THE BUCKS
  5. 10 Dec '06 11:43
    It was kind of a given he was going to win. He lead his team to an undefeated season while the other candidates had at least 2 losses.
  6. 10 Dec '06 13:26
    Originally posted by Falco Lombardi
    It was kind of a given he was going to win. He lead his team to an undefeated season while the other candidates had at least 2 losses.
    does it really matter in NFL terms who wins this? Who was the last winner who went on to be a NFL superstar?
  7. 10 Dec '06 15:05
    Originally posted by SALADIN
    does it really matter in NFL terms who wins this? Who was the last winner who went on to be a NFL superstar?
    O.J. Simpson before he started killing people!!!
  8. Standard member Wulebgr
    Angler
    10 Dec '06 16:58
    Originally posted by Falco Lombardi
    It was kind of a given he was going to win. He lead his team to an undefeated season while the other candidates had at least 2 losses.
    Isn't it a clear and unmistakable trend that the Heisman winner's team always blows their bowl game?