Heisman watch: Who’s on top entering Week 2 of college football?

Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver (10) works around Rice offensive lineman Uzoma Osuji (77) in the first half of a NCAA college football game Saturday, Sep. 1, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke) TXMW101
Published September 7, 2018
Updated September 7, 2018

Our top five Heisman Trophy candidates entering the second full weekend of college football.

5. Purdue WR Rondale Moore: Does he have a shot? Probably not. But breaking the Boilers' all-purpose yardage record in his first game puts him on the list after Week 1.

4. UCF QB McKenzie Milton: Five touchdowns and almost 400 yards of offense is a great start.

3. Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa: The official QB1 in Tuscaloosa might be the player to beat.

2. West Virginia QB Will Grier: Former Gator torched the Vols for 429 yards last week.

1. Houston DL Ed Oliver: Three and a half tackles for a loss in the opener for an interior lineman is absurd. Can help himself with a big performance against a Power Five team (Arizona).


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