I am making a not so early prediction and saying that if UT gets left out of the #1 or #2 ranking for the BCS title game, then that virtually locks up Colt McCoy for the Heisman. Like the year the Oscars didn't know what to do with "Passion of The Christ" and Micheal Moore's documentar so they left them both out to maintain balance, I bet the Heisman voters pitch their support behind Colt if Texas gets nudged out of the National Champsionship game by a few one hundredth's of a point. College voters of all shapes and sizes will want to keep things balanced out between the Heisman Trophy and the BCS Trophy especially with a befuddling BCS ranking system. Voters are keen to the fact that Colt has been the reason behind UT's success this year. Armed with solid WRs, but no TE and a spotty RB situation, Colt has done about as much as one man can do on offense to keep Texas in winning situations all season. However, if Alabama and/or Florida lose before the BCS games, then a UT/OU BCS matchup might thrust Teabow into the forefront especially if Florida is the one nudged out by a small margin and Teabow looks good in his final two games.