Wearing A Cast Guarantees You The Heisman
Total Pro Sports – For the past 2 years any candidate nominated for the Heisman Trophy and wearing a cast on one of their arms, have gone on to win the Heisman.
Believe it or not, Florida Gators Tim Tebow won the Heisman Trophy as a sophomore wearing a Gators shaded blue cast on his right arm. He broke his non throwing right hand during a play against rival Florida State Seminoles 2 weeks before the trophy was awarded.
This year it was Sam Bradford of the Oklahoma Sooners who injured his non throwing left hand during a play against rival Oklahoma State Cowboys. Again 2 weeks later Sam Bradford wins the Heisman Trophy wearing a Sooner shaded maroon cast, beating out Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy of Texas.
Take this new trend for what it is, but that’s 2 years in a row where a quarterback goes on to win the Heisman Trophy who breaks or injures their non throwing hand exactly 2 weeks before the Heisman Trophy presentation, wearing a cast shaded as their teams color.
If there was a trend book for Heisman Trophy winners you would be sure that next year it would be published in a gamblers trend book, titled as “the Heisman Trophy winner goes to the one wearing the cast.”
Be sure to keep an eye out for this trend in future Heisman’s as your guaranteed to be a winner.