In the college football Heisman Trophy race, Michael Penix and J.J. McCarthy are leading

After the Trojans' defeats by Notre Dame and Utah, it's very likely that quarterback Caleb Williams of Southern California won't win another Heisman Trophy. 

 Georgia tight end Brock Bowers, another Heisman candidate

 is also not in the running after sustaining an ankle injury that may keep him out of the game for the remainder of the regular season.

Following the Huskies' victory over Oregon a week prior, quarterback Michael Penix Jr. of Washington was the buzzworthy favorite for the Heisman Trophy. 

But in an unsightly victory over Arizona State, Penix proceeded to hurl in two interceptions without scoring a touchdown.

It simply goes to demonstrate that there will be a dramatic and potentially surprising finish to this campaign

because there is still plenty of time before December and a strong field of candidates for the Heisman.

Even if Penix holds the lead, some of the biggest players on some of the top teams in college football are putting pressure on him.

Before last weekend, those two picks against Arizona State almost doubled Penix's season total

and it was only the third time in his Huskies career that he failed to throw at least one touchdown.

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