On Monday night, the four finalists in the running for the 2022 Heisman Trophy were revealed.
The list includes: USC's Caleb Williams, TCU's Max Duggan, Ohio State's C.J. Stroud and Georgia's Stetson Bennett. Notice any obvious snubs?
Fans are shocked Tennessee quarterback Hendon Hooker didn't make the cut. Despite the late-season injury, Hooker finished with 3,135 yards and 27 touchdowns through the air with just one pick. He had an additional 430 yards and five scores on the ground.
At one point in the season, Hooker was a clear-cut favorite to win the prestigious hardware. It's a shame he didn't at least get an invite to New York City.
"Hendon Hooker should have been invited to New York," said Robert Griffin III.
"Stetson Bennett: 269-396 (67.9%), 3,425 yards, 8.6 Y/A, 20 TD, 6 INT, 154.2 rating Hendon Hooker: 229-329 (69.6%), 3,135 yards, 9.5 Y/A, 27 TD, 2 INT, 175.5 rating This is an affront to decency and common sense, @HeismanTrophy," said Big T.
"Caleb Williams is going to win so ultimately it doesn’t really matter. But Hendon Hooker was not the 5th best QB in the country this year," said RedditCFB.
"Stetson Bennett: 3,609 total yards, 27 total touchdowns and six interceptions Hendon Hooker: 3,565 yards, 32 total touchdowns and two interceptions in two fewer games than Bennett Pretty obvious which one deserves to be a finalist. Voters got it wrong," wrote Zach Ragan.
Hendon Hooker should be a finalist, despite his injury. The voters got this one wrong.
Williams, meanwhile, is believed to be the favorite with Duggan running second.