If you haven't paid much attention to the Heisman Trophy race, don't fret. It's about to get really interesting. Over the next two weeks, many of the top contenders will face major tests, ones that have a huge impact on their chances to carry the stiff-armed statuette in December. And after these two weeks, The Watch will crown its annual Halfway Heisman winner. Alas, a trip to New York will not be included for the recipient.
Heisman-o-meter: After throwing two interceptions in his first four passes (both after trying to attack with long throws) against the nation's top-ranked scoring defense, Harris settled down, opting for underneath receivers. At one point he hit 12-of-13 passes, including touchdown throws to tight ends