Alabama running back Mark Ingram wins the Heisman Trophy.
http://thequad.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/1 … an-trophy/
Damn! I picked wrong again! Thats exactly why I play the penny slots!
lol me too .. i thought Colt McCoy was a shoe in!
Mark Ingram is the son of former NYG Mark Ingram who played in SB XXV
and is currently in a correctional facility in Queens, N.Y., awaiting sentencing for skipping bail late last year on charges of bank fraud and money laundering. He was originally sentenced to more than seven years in prison.
And tonight his son is the Heisman Winner. .
Colt MCCoy got ripped off again not that Ingram is not deserving but Colt waited it was his trun Ingram will probalby win two.
No way, Gerhart got ripped, did you see the stats he's put up?
Colt was ripped off last year, Gerhart was ripped off this year! If you're gonna give it to a running back give it to the better running back!
Mark Ingram had a great and deserves the Heisman. I had Ingram as one of my RB's for my Fantasy College Football team and put up some big numbers.
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