May 20, 2024

Heisman is “rigged,” according to C.J. Stroud, if Marvin Harrison Jr. doesn’t win.

Marvin Harrison Jr., a star wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes, is one of the genuine late-season favourites to win the Heisman Trophy this year. While he has undoubtedly done enough to engage in the conversation, his former quarterback went a bit farther with some remarks he made about Harrison.


With the Houston Texans, former Ohio State Buckeyes standout quarterback C.J. Stroud is perhaps having the best rookie season of any quarterback in NFL history. He has established himself as the clear favourite to win the league MVP trophy and is the clear favourite to win offensive rookie of the year. However, he believes that his old Ohio State teammate should have received comparable recognition in college. If he doesn’t get it, he would even go so far as to claim that the voting is “rigged.”

The best player in the nation is . Stroud stated this week on Tom Brady’s Let’s Go! podcast, “If he doesn’t win the Heisman, it’s rigged,” according to On3. Now, I’m going to call it. It’s rigged if he doesn’t win the Heisman.”


At this stage of the season, Harrison is among four deserving Heisman Trophy candidates, along with three quarterbacks: Bo Nix of Oregon, Michael Penix Jr. of Washington, and Jayden Daniels of LSU. We shall see if Harrison is able to

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