Roger Staubach voted Navy QB Keenan Reynolds first for Heisman Trophy
Roger Staubach has a little bit of homerism in him.
The former Navy quarterback who won the Heisman Trophy in 1963 says he voted for the current Navy QB for the 2015 Heisman Trophy.
The Associated Press’ Dan Gelston found out about Staubach’s ballot:
Just shared an elevator ride w/ Roger Staubauch. He cast his Heisman vote for Navy's Keenan Reynolds. He voted Alabama's Derrick Henry 2nd.
— Dan Gelston (@APgelston) December 13, 2015
Keenan Reynolds threw for 113 yards and a touchdown and ran for 136 yards and two touchdowns in Navy’s 21-17 win over rival Army on Saturday. He has led the Midshipmen to a 10-2 record and top-25 ranking this season, while rushing for 21 scores.
Reynolds certainly deserved consideration for the award, but not ahead of some of the other players who were invited to the ceremony like Derrick Henry, Deshaun Watson and Christian McCaffrey. Sorry, Roger.