ESPN analyst Desmond Howard appeared on this Friday’s episode of “First Take” to discuss several topics about the college football slate this weekend.
When discussing racing for the Heisman Trophy, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith said Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud must be the frontrunner for the award.
Howard, meanwhile, said Michigan running back Blake Colm was the frontrunner for Heisman.
“From a consistency standpoint, you’d have to look at Michigan’s Blake Colm, the University of Michigan running back. howard said“He was an exemplar of consistency, able to show up when they needed him most.
Corum has been outstanding this year, rushing for 1,187 yards and 16 touchdowns on 199 attempts. He also has eight receptions for 37 yards and another score.
Corum is a contender to win the Heisman Trophy this season, but Howard has been teased for picking a Michigan player as the front-runner.
Some fans have even called Howard the most biased analyst in college football.
The column is set for Michigan to play Nebraska this Saturday.