Originally Posted by DJ's left nut
Te'o should've won it and it shouldn't have been close. He showed up and dominated every game, every half.
56th in the nation in tackles, not even top 100 in forced fumbles or tackles for loss, 681st in sacks. What exactly was he dominating again? He didn't even lead his own team in tackles for loss, QB hurries, or sacks.
Jarvis Jones was truly the best linebacker in the nation this year and didn't even get consideration. Hell, Anthony Barr from UCLA has a legit argument for best LB as well. Manti Te'o didn't belong anywhere near the Heisman ceremony tonight, let alone actually winning the award.