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How to watch and stream the 2015 Heisman Trophy Presentation

Here is how you can watch and stream the 2015 Heisman Trophy Presentation

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Time: 5:00 P.T.

TV: ESPN

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Statistical Comparison:

Christian McCaffrey stats:

Passing: two completions on 3 attempts, 39 yards, 2 touchdowns and 359.9 passer rating
Rushing: 319 attempts for 1847 yards 5.8 per attempt with 8 touchdowns
Receiving: 41 receptions, 540 yards 13.2 per receptions with 4 touchdowns
Kick Returns: 36 kick returns, 1042 yards with 1 touchdown
Punt Returns: 14 punt returns, 67 yards, 0 touchdowns

Total Yards: 3,496 or about 1.986 miles Total touchdowns: 15

Derrick Henry Stats:

Rushing: 339 attempts for 1986 yards 5.9 per attempt with 23 touchdowns
Receiving: 10 receptions, 97 yards 9.7 per receptions with 0 touchdowns
Total Yards: 2,083 Total Touchdowns: 23

Deshaun Watson Stats:

Passing: 287 completions on 413 attempts, 3,512 yards, 69.5% Completion percentage 30 touchdowns, 11 interceptions and 159.6 passer rating
Rushing: 163 attempts for 887 yards 5.4 per attempt with 11 touchdowns
Total yards: 4,399 Total touchdowns: 41

From: "Andrew Luck, Gerhart, Christian McCaffrey, Stanford and the Heisman Trophy"

"Then in 2009, the Heisman Trophy was no longer this mythical trophy that some guy had won 30+ years ago. It was THE trophy in college football and it was there for the taking. Stanford running back Toby Gerhart was not only the best running back in college football but the best player as well... The problem was Toby Gerhart played for Stanford. The most exciting college football player who was the team MVP didn't play for an SEC school but Stanford. Gerhart lost out to Alabama running back Mark Ingram even though he had 213 more rushing yards in a game and a half less than Ingram, 11 more rushing touchdowns, had a crucial passing touchdown on national television against Notre Dame, and to top it off, Stanford would have been nowhere without him versus an Alabama team that would have still gone undefeated without Ingram."