OT: Top 5 Heisman Snubs

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  1. ajcardfan

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    Oh, and once upon a time, Chuck Muncie was my favorite football player. He was one hell of a talent.
     
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    Still can’t believe Gino Toretta over Faulk.
     
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    Dynasty QB vs small school RB. Heisman is P R driven and uber subjective.

    Biggest snub was Charles Woodson over Peyton Manning
     
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    Idk Woodson was electric.
     
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    Best player in football that year. Did everything... Offense/defense/ST’s.
     
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    Yeah, he was something else that year. I definitely had no problem with him winning it over a traditional Heisman guy like Manning.

    The biggest joke of a winner on this list was Gino Torreta.
     
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    Indeed he was, but he was dumber than a bag of hammers, and had a HUGE coke problem. When he was in college at Cal, an assistant coach drove him to his classes and waited outside - it was the only way they could be sure he would attend. But sure was one helluva talent on the field.
     
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