The problem is not with your set. Indeed, the Heisman Trophy picture is getting more and Moore out of focus.
Although Brigham Young's Ty Detmer retains first place in the Scripps Howard Heisman Trophy poll, Virginia's Shawn Moore - in second all year - fell into fourth place behind Colorado running back Eric Bieniemy and Notre Dame's Raghib Ismail.Bieniemy moved into second place with two first-place votes after rushing for 148 yards in CU's Orange Bowl-clinching win over Oklahoma State. Ismail also had two first-place votes.
David Klingler remained in the top five despite throwing four interceptions in Houston's loss to Texas.
The Heisman race is tracked each week by a panel of 10 Heisman voters. Each sportswriter votes for five candidates, with five points awarded for a first-place vote, four for a second, etc. First-place votes are in parentheses.
The voters: Ron Higgins (Commercial Appeal in Memphis), Richard Scott (Post-Herald in Birmingham, Ala.), Thomas O'Toole (Scripps Howard News Service, Washington, D.C.), Mike DeCourcy (Pittsburgh Press), Jim Thomas (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), Bob Queenan (Cincinnati Post), John Rohde (The Daily Oklahoman), Kirk Bohls (American-Statesman in Austin, Texas), Dan Raley (Seattle Post-Intelligencer), Randy Holtz (Rocky Mountain News in Denver).
Player School Pts.
Ty Detmer BYU 44
Eric Bieniemy Colorado 33
Raghib Ismail Notre Dame 28
Shawn Moore Virginia 27
David Klingler Houston 7
OTHERS: Craig Erickson, Miami, Fla., 3; Shawn Jones, Georgia Tech, 3; Darren Lewis, Texas A&M 1; Mike Mayweather, Army 1; Ken Swilling, Georgia Tech 1.