With Marcus Mariota winning the Heisman, that makes five straight quarterbacks winning the Heisman, and 13 times going back to 2000. Passing numbers are at an all-time high, and it seems that every season a major record in each conference is broken.
Heisman runner-up Melvin Gordon had some support from a former Wisconsin player, Montee Ball, who simply tweeted "qb award" after Mariota won.
So what do you guys think? Has the Heisman developed into a QB only award, or have we just not seen a dominating season from another position, or is it something else entirely?