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The Heisman Trust wants ballots kept secret. Dennis Dodd doesn't want to play along. He wants you to know he voted for Johnny Manziel, and why (have you seen the kid?). There's no more room in the game for keeping things hidden.
SEC SEC SEC!!!
Yep, it's all coming together. I'm ready for it to be over though.
Living in Illinois now, I also know that Terry Boers and Dan Berstein from WSCR radio in Chicago were all voting for Johnny #1. They also were very much against voting for Te'o, and may have left him off their ballots completely. I can't find it in writing, but I have heard them say that on the radio last week at different times. They may be keeping their votes as low a profile as possible, as a lot of media may be, because of the threats from the Heisman Trust to revoke voting privileges to anybody spilling the beans before Saturday night. Of course, they can't yank the rug out from the past winners, but most media members will fight tooth and nail to keep their Heisman voting privilege.
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