Well let's just see how the year turns out. There's a lot of football yet to be played. Oklahoma has plenty of stumbling blocks in its path, and should they lose I'm sure you'll be all over it.
Heck, the way you pounce over a true freshman having a 130 yard day -- as if it is some kind of defeat for OU (and in turn some kind of vicarious victory for UT) -- I'd hate to see your reaction when/if they actually lose a game!
I am in awe of your resilency, however. Your team-spirit is indestructable! It is almost as if the RRS never happened.
Rest assured, I give Cederic all due credit. He is a fine RB who is carrying his team, and I think will make a very good pro. I'm sure the Oklahoma game will prove to be a mere blip on his season's radar screen. Against most teams, he will be more than sufficent to carry you to victory.
It is unfortunate for him that his Heisman campaign will be judged largely based on his RRS performance. Part of that, surely, is a result of his answer to the set-up question he was given.
As for AD-to-Canton... I think the OU fans here (myself included) were simply impressed with his performance and his inclusion so high up on the ESPN Heisman rankings. Can you blame us for being enthused about one of our young players doing so well out of the gate? Quite honestly, I doubt if he will win the Heisman this year. Too much is going against him. But I do like seeing him do well (and that includes his fine performance against KSU) and I hope he gets all the kudos he is due.
Anyway, I've said my piece with this silly argument. Both are good RB's and only time will tell which is the better.