Despite the fact that he has the world’s coolest mascot and experience on his side, the stiff competition will eventually catch up to Murray and derail his chances at the trophy. The team starts the season with three of its first four games against Clemson, South Carolina, and LSU, meaning the Bulldogs will likely have a loss by the end of that span. The only thing the team has going for them is they avoided Alabama this time around, unless of course they meet in the SEC Championship Game.
With the college football season beginning in just a few weeks, everyone’s got his or her pick to win college football’s most prestigious individual achievement: the Heisman Trophy. Although there are a number of front-runners, here are five favorites who are likely to bust during the 2013 season.
With all this talk of who won’t win the award, you might be wondering who’s left to actually win it. Well, check back tomorrow to see the list of the top five players who have the best chance of hoisting the Heisman Trophy this fall.