Rob Sanders

Rob Sanders

The Rundown with Rob on Fox Sports Radio 1400. Rob grew up in South Carolina. He now gets to talk about the teams in the palmetto state.Full Bio


Heisman Trophy Tracker

Who will take home the Heisman trophy this year? Cale Wilson is running our Heisman Tracker. Here is his weekly report.

The current projected finalists in my eyes

1. Alabama QB Mac Jones

This past Saturday, Mac Jones threw 25-31 and 387 yards this weekend in Alabama’s 48-17Domination over Tennessee. He also managed to put up a rushing Touchdown as well

2. Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence

Trevor Lawrence managed to put up a solid performance against Syracuse this past weekend.He threw 27-43 but threw a pick six which led to a drop in the heisman finalist in my eyes withhow phenomenal Mac Jones is doing.

3. Alabama RB Najee Harris

Najee Harris had a great game against Tennessee. Yards wise, he could have done better. Heonly put up 96 yards in 20 carries. However, he still managed to score 3 touchdowns for theTide

4. Clemson RB Travis Etienne

Travis missed a chunk of this weekends game due to an injury. However, he managed to returnin the 4th Quarter. Etienne only had 16 carries for 83 yards. But he also put up 3 touchdowns forthe Tigers this weekend

Heisman Hopefuls:

1. BYU QB Zach Wilson

Zach Wilson had another impressive performance this weekend as BYU routed Texas State thisweekend by a score of 52-14. Wilson went 19-25 throwing for 287 yards and 4 touchdowns.

2. Oklahoma State RB Chuba Hubbard

Hubbard had a solid performance against a talented Iowa State team. Hubbard had 25 carriesfor 139 yards and 1 touchdown showing everyone that he is definitely worthy of beingmentioned in the heisman conversation

3. North Carolina QB Sam Howell

After a crushing upset loss to Florida State, North Carolina wanted to bounce back this weekand they did just that. And who better to bounce back against than their rival NC State? Howellwent 18-29 and threw for 252 yards and 1 touchdown.

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