I'm cool with Manziel winning the award. He had a great season and just looking at his stats he was certainly deserving. I just wish they would call the Heisman what it really is, "the offensive MVP award".
There has never been a player that played strictly defense win the award. And anyone who posts a picture of Woodson to dispute this fact is a ****ing moron. Woodson's coaches played him on offense for several plays for the explicit reason of improving his Heisman resume. I wonder what a defensive player has to do to win the Heisman? Suh was worthy and despite all the ND hate, Teo was worthy. 7 ints while still playing strong run defense and displaying unbelievable leadership skills is phenomenal. He deserved to be on that stage and if he would have won there shouldn't have been much argument.