Final stats for Heisman hopefuls

Final stats for Heisman hopefuls
December 8, 2013, 11:45 am
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The games have been played and the championships have been won. Now, it's a hurry up and wait game for a few teams, including the Ducks, as they await their bowl fate, though, it appears the Ducks are on their way to the Alamo Bowl to face Texas. With the regular season in the rear view mirror, awards will be distributed, and this year's Heisman is once again up in the air. Will Florida State QB Jameis Winston be able to pull enough voters his way after charges were not filed against him in a sexual abuse case? Or is this year very much going to be up in the air? Check out the final stats for all of this year's hopefuls and then head over and tell Dwight Jaynes who should win it:

(in alphabetical order)

Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson: 3,473 passing yards, 29 TDs, 9 INTs, 67.6%, 166.60 passer rating, 284 rush yards, 9 TDs

3,757 total yards, 38 touchdowns, 7.4 yards per play, team record: 10-2

Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville: 3,523 passing yards, 28 TDs, 4 INTs, 70.2%, 169.73 passer rating, 54 rush yards

3,577 total yards, 28 touchdowns, 8.2 yards per play, team record: 11-1

Ka’Deem Carey, RB, Arizona: 1,716 rushing yards, 5.33 yards per carry, 17 touchdowns, 156 ypg, 26 catches, 173 yards, 1 TD

1,889 all-purpose yards, 18 touchdowns, 5.4 yards per play, team record: 7-5

Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State: 4,866 yards, 48 TDs, 7 INTs, 70.1%, 161.51 passer rating, 117 rush yards, 2 TDs

4,983 total yards, 50 touchdowns, 7.8 yards per play, team record: 11-1

Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh: 54 tackles (41 solo), 26.5 tackles for loss for 130 yards, 10 sacks for 73 yards, 2 DFL, 4 FF

1 kick block, 16 quarterback hurries, team record: 6-6

Jordan Lynch, QB, Northern Illinois: 2,676 passing yards, 23 TDs, 7 INTs, 63.1%, 140.84 rating, 1,881 rush yards, 22 TDs

4,557 total yards, 45 touchdowns, 7.1 yards per play, team record: 12-1

AJ McCarron, QB, Alabama: 2,676 passing yards, 26 TDs, 5 INTs, 67.6%, 165.88 passer rating, 21 rush yards.

2,687 total yards, 26 touchdowns, 8.2 yards per play, team record: 11-1

Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M: 3,732 passing yards, 33 TDs, 13 INTs, 69.1%, 170.43 passer rating, 686 rush yards, 8 TDs

4,418 total yards, 41 touchdowns, 8.4 yards per play, team record: 8-4

Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon: 3,412 passing yards, 30 TDs,4 INTs, 63.1%, 167.96 passer rating, 582 rush yards, 9 TDs

3,994 total yards, 39 touchdowns, 9.1 yards per play, team record: 10-2

Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State: 1,860 passing yards, 22 TDs, 5 INTs, 63.2%, 159.3 passer rating, 1,033 rush yards, 10 TDs

2,893 total yards, 32 touchdowns, 7.6 yards per play, team record: 12-1

Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor: 3,844 passing yards, 30 TDs, 2 INTs, 61.8%, 179.18 passer rating, 192 rush yards, 11 TDs

4,036 total yards, 41 touchdowns, 9.2 yards per play, team record: 11-1

Andrew Williams, RB, Boston College: 2,102 rushing yards, 6.4 yards per carry, 17 touchdowns, 175.2 rushing yards per game

2,102 all-purpose yards, 6.4 yards per play, team record: 7-5

Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State: 3,820 passing yards, 38 TDs, 10 INTs., 67.9%, 190.05 passer rating, 190 rush yards, 4 TDs

4,010 total yards, 42 touchdowns, 9.4 yards per play, team record: 13-0