So please, let the Heisman be about outstanding football, and not just about playing on a good team. Darren McFadden definitely deserves to be in the conversation. He's a phenomenal talent and changes the nature of every game he plays in. So he can't overcome playing on a team with a bad defense. So what. That's not his fault. Does that make him not deserving of an award that's supposed to be about just being an outstanding player? NO way, IMO.
I still think Dixon is the winner, but it's really distrubing to me that the Heisman is well on it's way to becoming a team award. I really think college football loses something if this happens.