Heisman Power Rankings 2011: Luck is One Win Away from the Trophy

Andrew Luck [Stanford] Luck had an average Andrew Luck game last week, completing 20/30 for 206 yards and three touchdowns despite a depleted receiver corps. Two of the touchdowns came within the last three minutes of the third quarter to ice the game. If Stanford beats Oregon, lock this up.

Trent Richardson [Alabama] Richardson was the one offensive player who matched up in the defensive stalemate. His 28 touches for 169 hard fought yards were extremely impressive. He needed a touchdown and a win to pass Luck though. With Alabama in all likelihood an afterthought, it will be hard for him to climb back up.

Kellen Moore [Boise State] Moore now has a 46-2 career record a starter, setting the NCAA record for wins. His one career loss in regulation was a 17-16 loss to TCU in a bowl game when he was a freshman. Limited tools, but flawless in the deployment of them.

Brandon Weeden [Oklahoma State] Credit where credit is due. He threw for 500 yards and four touchdowns winning a shootout with Kansas State. The Cowboys are an Oklahoma win away from the BCS Title Game.

Case Keenum [Houston] Yes, UAB stinks. However, 39/44 for 400-plus yards and four total touchdowns is impressive against anyone. Through nine games, 3,626 yards, 74.1 percent completion percentage, 34 touchdowns to just three picks.

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