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Around The Horn panelist hops on the Benny Snell Heisman hype train

Benny Snell may want to keep working on that pose seen in the photo above, because the #Benny4Heisman hype train isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

This afternoon, ESPN panelist Clinton Yates pulled off the victory on Around The Horn, and like usual, he was given 30 seconds to speak his mind on any topic of his choice.

No, he didn’t talk about Serena Williams, how horrible Buffalo’s Josh Allen is, or how the Boston Red Sox are dominating Major League Baseball.

He used his time to push Snell’s Heisman campaign, talking about Kentucky’s victory over Florida, the star running back’s 300 yards and two touchdowns through two games, and the referee incident from last year’s Music City Bowl.

“Benny Snell for Heisman. Think about it,” he said.

Take a look:

This comes just one day after Pro Football Focus, one of the most dominant outlets in the advanced analytics/statistics industry, put Snell on their official Heisman watch:

It’s happening, folks. Hop on while you still can.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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11 Comments for Around The Horn panelist hops on the Benny Snell Heisman hype train



  1. Trevathan
    7:16 pm September 12, 2018 Permalink

    Thought that was Matt Jones talking when I first heard the voice. Normal Matt voice – not swaggy, podcast Matt voice.



    • ClutchCargo
      7:59 pm September 12, 2018 Permalink

      Same here!



  2. chris43
    7:36 pm September 12, 2018 Permalink

    Oh how sweet it’d be for him to win it!



  3. SuperTroy18
    8:34 pm September 12, 2018 Permalink

    I want for him as much as anyone. He’s gonna have to put up monster numbers against MSU, A&M and UGA first though. Here’s hoping he can keep up the momentum! W’s against them all would be nice too.



    • CatsfaninFL
      12:14 am September 13, 2018 Permalink

      I dunno if it has to be “huge” but he needs to not be nonexistant. And if we win at least 1 of those 3 and go 9-3 or 10-2 he could easily be in convo. His overal numbers gaudiness would push him that way. But honestly we can be no worse than 9-3. It’s rarely best player and more best player on best/top team



    • ukcamel
      8:53 am September 13, 2018 Permalink

      Only guy that comes to mind is Bo Jackson. Auburn was 8-3, 3-3 in the SEC. I agree that we’d have to 9-3, if not 10-2, for him to even have a chance. Of course, even if he ends up invited to NY as a finalist, that would be awesome.



  4. catsfan27
    8:44 pm September 12, 2018 Permalink

    This is an awesome PR move on this guys part. Having BBN on your side can be a huge boost to a career lol



  5. Catsby80
    8:31 am September 13, 2018 Permalink

    How is Tua not on that Heisman watch list? He has to be at least somewhat in the conversation… Benny has had 2 remarkable seasons, but I think the only way he even gets serious consideration is if the cats win a minimum of 8 games. When is the last time they gave a guy the Heisman trophy on a team that went 6-6 or 7-5? Cats need to win the games they’re supposed to and then Benny may have an outside shot because if we keep winning, it’s assumed that Benny is going to keep putting up crazy numbers. Go Cats.



  6. BBNBRIAN
    3:56 pm September 13, 2018 Permalink

    Benny should win hands down, but (as everyone else had stated) overall record will make or break his campaign. Can’t expect a Heisman winner to be playing in the Music City Bowl.



  7. Miller45
    10:59 pm September 13, 2018 Permalink

    I forgot how bad the bowl ejection was