Here's some questions answered for those posters who do not want Bigelow for Heisman:
Question: Is being able to block a requirement for a Heisman?
Answer: No, unless you are an offensive lineman,
Question: Is Bigelow durable?
Answer: How do we know if he is or isn't? Tedford/Gould kept benching him after he scores a touchdown. He hasn't gotten injured the past 2+ years.
Question: Can he be a starter?
Answer: If you let him start, then he can be a starter.
Question: Can you get a heisman if you fumble too much?
Anwwer: Fumbles lost by individuals is actually not a stat that is tracked very much. don't believe it? check out these links and tell me where fumbles lost is tracked:
So I would say no, it is not factor, if they don't even count them.
Question: How can Bigelow win Heisman if there are so many contenders?
Answer: I'm not saying he's necessary going to win, he just needs to be nominated. For the contenders listed, I see that there's not much competition:
Johnny Manziel <--- hard to match last year's numbers, I think if he doesn't top last year's numbers, he won't get as many votes
Collin Klein <--graduated
Manti Te'o <--graduated, plus Defensive players never win ayways
Marquise Lee <--no barkley
Kenjon Barner / De'Anthony Thomas / Marcus Mariota <--probably no chip
Braxton Miller <--who?
AJ McCarron <-- who?
Tajh Boyd <-- who?
If Bigelow does win Heisman, you know who started the campaign. It's now on official BI record.