As conference play wears on and games becomes more important, the candidates will need even BETTER numbers and more electric performances.
Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk boldly proclaimed that he would win the 2013 Heisman Trophy, or at least get very close.
With the remaining cream puffs in the rear view mirror, the top Heisman candidates will now begin conference play and the list will continue to shrink.
Only 10 names can make this exclusive Heisman Watch List, and spots in the rankings are just as secure as defensive coordinator jobs at the University of Texas.
Lache Seastrunk ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns, Bryce Petty threw for 290 yards and two scores in his first start and Baylor scored its most points since 1929 in a 69-3 victory over lower-division Wofford on Saturday night.
The Heisman hype these days is focused a few feet behind Petty at running back Lache Seastrunk as the Bears prepare for their season opener Saturday night against Wofford,
The Bears have the running back duo of Lache Seastrunk and Glasco Martin, who combined for 1,901 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns last season.
Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk and TCU defensive end Devonte Fields are the Big 12 preseason players of the year.
Baylor announced Tuesday that Seastrunk has signed a financial aid contract and will enroll in the university and join the football team.
The Oregon Ducks will start the season ranked third in the Associated Press poll, but won’t have the services of redshirt freshman and former Temple High School star running back Lache Seastrunk.