Heisman Top 10 Week 9: Jake Browning On The Rise


After a brief hiatus, the Heisman Top 10 returns with some major changes.

Lamar Jackson remains on top, and the Louisville quarterback will stay there until something monumental happens. With a month left in the regular season, plenty of time and opportunity remain for just such an occurrence.

For example, who would have guessed before the season that Christian McCaffrey would fall completely out of the Heisman Top 10? Who had Washington quarterback Jake Browning ascended to No. 2 by this point? And not so long ago, Jalen Hurts wasn’t even projected to start for Alabama, let alone make his Heisman Top 10 debut.

The season-long Heisman picture is always changing. It’s unpredictable, and it’s exciting. That’s why I track media projections every week — well, almost every week. For the rest season, CFB Huddle will have the race covered.

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