Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Published 2:58 p.m. ET Sept. 8, 2020 | Updated 4:25 p.m. ET Sept. 8, 2020CLOSE Sports Pulse: With everything changing in the sports world how will it affect college football this season USA TODAYBased on preseason predictions, few Heisman Trophy winners in recent college football history have been as unexpected as last year’s runaway winner, LSU’s Joe Burrow.While his victory seems obvious in hindsight — he only rewrote the LSU, Southeastern Conference and Bowl Subdivision record book in leading the Tigers to the national championship — Burrow headed into last season with slim odds to lift the Heisman Trophy. After all, he threw 16 TD passes in 2018. (And then tossed 60 as a senior.)There might be another contender looming off the radar heading into the 2020 season. With so many major contenders no longer playing this fall, however, the Heisman conversation centers on one quarterback.1. Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence: With Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields not playing this season, the spotlight squarely falls on the junior entering what should be his final season. His below-the-standard performance in January against LSU is the one low mark on an otherwise perfect college career.2. Texas QB Sam Ehlinger: This

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