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What do you think?
Can? I think yes.
Obviously a lot has to go his way. However, this offense relies on him heavily, and as long as we keep winning, he will have plenty of chances in front of national audiences to show off just how dominate of a player he is capable of beeing.
It's all about exposure, and in a year where the preseason front runner is struggling (Jake Locker), I think he'll get his chance to make a run at it.
“Live for something rather than die for nothing.”
-General George S. Patton
If he continues to have a great year and has a big game on the national stage against Alabama, he may have a shot.
The key is we have to keep winning. You can't win the Heisman anymore unless you are on a team in the national title hunt.
I agree...he has a chance....his name is known across the Nation now.....just a matter of continuing what he has started. I would like to see him pass the ball more and get better numbers in that regard, seems the Heisman voters like massive amounts of yards and TD passes for QB's and lots of yards/TD's for running backs to win.
Cam can certainly win the Heisman if he stays healthy. I think with a healthy Cam, Auburn is 10-2 at worst. He's going to have at least 20 passing TDs and definitely 1,000 yards rushing ... at the pace he's going now he would run for 1500 if we play in 14 games.
It's a long season though ...
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