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While that probably was Ingram's heisman moment, the real 2009 Heisman moment came in the Big12 Championship when Ndamukong Suh showed us one of the greatest defensive performances of all-time. Suh deserved that Heisman
You would be correct. Tee Martin bringing the national title was a greater achievement then anything Peyton did. However Peyton was still the better player at Tennessee. The stats and being drafted number 1 overall speaks for itself.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama" "Grit N Grind"
Didn't Michigan finish 3-9 that year, while Utah went undefeated? That was a pretty massive upset for sure.
agree, Mark Ingram wasn't even the best back in the state.
I know this relates nothing towards football but,
Marshall Henderson's gator chomp down the court after pulling up for a 30 ft 3 pointer on a fast break to give Ole Miss the lead in the SEC Championship game is one of the greates MVP moments of all time
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by CBT10 10 months ago
Always felt fluties throw is overrated. Poor defense.
Desmonds return was badass.
Nope he wasnt. Richardson was
Oh ben tate, that made me lol
Umm no, no it's not.
I'm not from Tennessee. I disagree.
This. A thousand times this. I woke up every person at NSA Bahrain when I saw it happen.
That's ridiculous. As I said before, Richardson is a better physical specimen RB, but Ingram's feet, vision, and leadership all blow Trent away. He won for those reasons. One of the worst things about my fellow Alabama fans is that so many underrate Ingram because Trent is a freak. I can understand how fans of other teams dismiss Mark (because they don't know the full impact), but if you followed Alabama that year, he was the most important guy on that team bar none. I would argue he was the most important player of the Saban era.
Edit: forgot to mention yards after contact - maybe ingrams biggest strength. Not to mention he ran behind a less talented offensive line than Richardson or lacy.
This post was edited by FortWorthTide 10 months ago
Yeah, that was pretty nasty.
Ingram never really had a Heisman play. Other than USCe, he had a really big game against Tebow and #1 Florida to win the SECC and go to Pasadena. 113 yards rushing, 76 yards receiving, 3 TD's against the #1 defense in America. Won him the trophy, IMO.
Manziel had a monstrous season last year but the Bama game clinched the Heisman for him. Just an unbelievable performance, really. On top of the ridiculous scrambling/running he displayed, he was dropping balls into WR's that were just perfect. The fumbled ball turned into a TD pass. Crazy.
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