Sure, it's early May, but that didn't stop SI.com's Gene Menez from posting his first Heisman Trophy watch of the 2008 season. Here is his early Top 10.
1. Chris "Beanie" Wells, Ohio State, RB, Jr.
2. Tim Tebow, Florida, QB, Jr.
3. Knowshon Moreno, Georgia, RB, Soph.
4. Chase Daniel, Missouri, QB, Sr.
5. Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech, WR, Soph.
6. Pat White, West Virginia, QB, Sr.
7. James Laurinaitis, Ohio State, LB, Sr.
8. Joe McKnight, USC, RB, Soph.
9. Percy Harvin, Florida, WR, Jr.
10. Cullen Harper, Clemson, QB, Sr.
Now we want to hear from you. Who deserves a higher spot on the list? Who doesn't deserve to be on the list at all? Who did Menez miss?
SI.com published its annual rankings of major league ballparks and Cleveland's Jacobs Field is No. 1. But what about college ballparks? Most people know about the beauty of Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium -- the home of the College World Series -- but few discuss the aesthetics of Pepperdine's Eddy D. Field Stadium or the famous left field lounge at Mississippi State's Dudy Noble Field.
So this one is for you college baseball fans -- what is the best place to see an NCAA ballgame?
College Mansion has proclaimed Florida's Lauren Stevens as the hottest college student, and judging by these pictures, we have no objection. At SIOC, however, we're all about sports, so we're taking it upon ourselves to determine the nation's best-looking student-athlete. But we need your help.
Pictured above are some of the obvious choices (Taryne Mowatt, Tim Tebow, Allison Stokke), but we want to know about some of the hidden gems at your school. So ladies (and men), you tell us -- who is the nation's hottest student-athlete?
Congratulations to our lucky winners in this year's SIOC NFL Draft Preview. Some may date models, some may date reality stars. Some may even turn out to be pretty good football players. But SIOC couldn't account for all the draft picks. What awards would you hand out?
Congratulations to the students at UMBC for one of the best springs ever – after making its first-ever NCAA tournament appearance in March, students will get T-Pain to buy them a drink when he comes to campus for the school's spring party day aptly named Quadmania. At Butler, the students voted for their spring concert headliner, and Common was the people's choice. But the real story of this year's spring concerts? The comeback of the ‘90s. The Terps (along with Northern Iowa, Illinois and Kentucky) will get OAR at their spring concert while Third Eye Blind is leading their semi-charmed life in a five-school tour.
So is Common the end-all be-all concert or are you feeling nostalgic for the rocking ‘90s? Let us know who's playing at your school, and who you wish was playing if you made the decisions.