Coming into focus

Layden, Tim
November 1995
Sports Illustrated;11/20/95, Vol. 83 Issue 22, following p46
Opinion. Asserts that the Heisman Trophy vote is shaping up as a photo finish between Tommie Frazier and Eddie George. Difficulties in choosing the `Outstanding College Football Player in the United States'; How the field of candidates has thinned out; Why Frazier should win the award. INSET: Winning doesn't mean everything, by Austin Murphy.


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