For weeks it's been Lamar Jackson's Heisman to lose -- and he's certainly tried, dropping his last two games of the regular season and committing four turnovers in Saturday's loss to Kentucky. And yet … I still don't see someone topping him.
No one stepped up. So..
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Washington QB Jake Browning
With a spectacular Apple Cup (21-of-29 for 292 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs), Browning led his team to the Pac-12 title game and upped his season showing to 40 TDs against 7 INTs.
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Alabama QB Jalen Hurts
The freshman did not have his finest performance in the Iron Bowl, throwing two interceptions, but he's still produced 3,294 total yards and 33 TDs for the nation's No. 1 team.
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USC CB Adoree' Jackson
His incredible performance against Notre Dame -- touchdowns on a 97-yard kick return, 55-yard punt return and 52-yard catch-and-run -- highlighted just how outstanding he is. On the season, Jackson has four return TDs and four interceptions.
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Oklahoma WR Dede Westbrook
It's a tough call between Westbrook and Baker Mayfield for the Sooners, but OU's eight-game win streak began when a healthy Westbrook caught fire. He's averaging 19.3 yards per reception and 123.1 per game with 15 touchdowns.
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Louisville QB Lamar Jackson
Even after his nightmare day against Kentucky, Jackson's season as a whole was spectacular 4,928 total yards (3,390 passing, 1,538 rushing) and 51 TDs. Florida's Tim Tebow in 2007 won on a 9-3 team. He also had 51 TDs -- but 958 fewer yards.