Week four of the 2018 college football season is now complete.
Time for our traditional weekly feature that rounds up the latest Heisman news and updates from around the media world.
(Disclaimer — The Heisman Trophy Trust and Heisman.com does not endorse any college football player for the Heisman Memorial Trophy. The information contained here serves as a platform of information for fans and media, and is not intended to contain a definitive and comprehensive list of possible contenders.)
— The top 10 candidates from 247Sports.com.
— Are Tua Tagovailoa and Kyler Murray separating from the other candidates? asks Sports Illustrated.
— Will Grier’s big game against K-State puts him in the Heisman conversation, according to SmokingMusket.com.
— According to the Courier-Journal, Kentucky running back Benny Snell has improved his Heisman chances.
— Bamahammer.com breaks down why Tagoailoa won’t win the Heisman.
— Not surprisingly, quarterbacks are dominating the race for the Heisman, writes Bob Hertzel.
— Ranking the Big Ten Heisman candidates after week 4.
— A USA Today roundtable asks who the top contender is for the Heisman.
— Did Ed Oliver’s candidacy take a hit?
— Pete Dawkins is being honored by his high school on the 60th anniversary of his Heisman Trophy season.
— Tommy McDonald, who finished third in the Heisman vote in 1956 despite garnering the most first-place votes, has died.
NFL Heisman Update
— Baker Mayfield came off the bench to lead Cleveland to its first win in a couple years. He was 17 of 23 for 201 yards in a 21-17 victory over the Jets.
— Cam Newton threw for 150 yards and 2 TDs on 15 of 24 passing and also rushed for 36 yards and 2 more scores as the Panthers upended the Bengals, 31-21.
— Marcus Mariota threw for 100 yards on 12 of 18 passing and rushed for 51 yards on 7 carries as the Titans beat the Jaguars, 9-6.
— Derrick Henry rushed for 57 yards on 18 carries as the Titans beat the Jags.
— Sam Bradford went 13 of 19 for 157 yards and 2 touchdowns but the Cardinals fell to the Bears, 16-14.
Video of the Week
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