Florida's offense is just that bad right now. Not to say Bama doesn't have a great defense like FSU also had a great defense last week. FAU, though, does not play great defense. And UF's offense is miserable. They wasted a very good defense this year the way Nebraska did in 2009 just by not even being able to stay out of the way.
I wanted to see how Henry did vs the Gator defense before making a final decision on my Heisman choice. He played well and he ran hard, with stuff opening up as the game went on, same as Cook. It's splitting hairs to me. Henry grinds more than Cook; Cook hits bigger plays. Bama is 12-1 vs FSU's 10-2; Bama didn't have to go to Clemson. What I love about Cook - and this shouldn't be included in the Heisman conversation - is that he did everything with 1 leg for the last 10 weeks. Cook easily could have gone over 2000 yards at his 8 yards/carry clip with two hamstrings. As it is, you guys have to hear about it from me every week, because the mainstream coverage of Cook is miserably pitiful. It's not like FSU is 6-6. We're 10-2. We're probably going to a Big 6 bowl. Cook went for 194 against Watson and Clemson and was CLEARLY the best player on the field that day even if FSU wasn't the best team. I would go with Cook, but I'm biased. Both are all-time great college running backs. McAffrey, Fournette, Willliams, Watson, Zeke Elliott, and Coleman from Baylor are on the list as well.
The Dr. Pepper one that bothers me is the one with the kid in the stands. Seems to encourage the idea of losing is OK to me.