Pete’s Heisman House: Week 13

by | Dec 3, 2021 | ACC, Alabama, Big Ten, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, SEC

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Here it is.

This will mark our final edition of “Pete’s Heisman House”. This week’s list includes a newcomer and he plays defense, too.

May the best man win the master bedroom.

5. Aidan Hutchinson – Senior DE, Michigan

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Last week vs. Ohio State: Seven tackles, three sacks

Season Stats: 54 tackles, 13 sacks (school record), two forced fumbles, fumble recovery

This Week: vs No. 13 Iowa (Big Ten Championship, Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, FOX)

4. Kenny Pickett – Senior QB, Pittsburgh 

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Last week at Syracuse: 28-for-38 passing, 209 yards, four touchdown passes, interception

Season Stats: 67.7 completion percentage, 4,066 passing yards (fifth nationally), 40 touchdown passes (second nationally), seven interceptions, 81.8 QBR, 221 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns

This Week: vs. No. 16 Wake Forest (ACC Championship, Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, ABC)

3. Kenneth Walker III – Junior RB, Michigan State

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Last Week vs. Penn State: 30 carries, 138 yards rushing, touchdown

Season Stats: 263 carries, 1,636 yards rushing (second nationally), 18 touchdown rushes, 6.2 yards per carry

This Week: Idle

2. C.J. Stroud – Freshman QB, Ohio State 

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Last Week at Michigan: 34-for-49, 394 yards, two touchdown passes, four sacks

Season Stats: 70.9 completion percentage, 3,862 yards, 38 touchdown passes, five interceptions, 89.8 QBR (leads nation), 9.8 yards per attempt

This Week: Idle

1. Bryce Young – Sophomore QB, Alabama

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Last week at Auburn: 25-for-51, 317 yards, two touchdown passes, interception

Season Stats: 68.9 completion percentage, 3,901 yards, 40 touchdown passes (second nationally), four interceptions, 86.7 QBR

This Week: vs. No. 1 Georgia (SEC Championship, Saturday at 4 p.m. ET, CBS)

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