Yeah, as he should. All coach/player speak is lame. The best "sports" show is the Lebatard show, where they hardly discuss sports and when they do, they largely clown it, like the Useless Sound Montage. They just play dozens of coaches and athletes saying the most inane WGAF stuff week after week. That people desperately long to hear Mike Tomlin (whom I love) say "...all three phases..." and "...we have to get better as a football team..." week after week is a marvel of modern society. Tom Brady may literally be a cyborg at this point, coded to say Nothing All The Time. I imagine Mullen will be lobbying hard for Trask, as he should. Which will necessarily include NOT lobbying for Jones or Smith or Harris. And just to be clear, I selfishly want Trask to win, and most certainly believe he is deserving if so. No controversy in my book. I also won't be wounded if he doesn't. Other guys, as always, have strong cases also. I don't believe Jones should win OVER Trask, given that I just saw them go head to head and KT more than held his own with a team that was self-aware enough to know to not even pretend to be able to hand the ball to running backs. That was a good choice by Mullen, but also a remarkable admission of ineptitude for an entire segment of routine football game-planning. All we had was Trask gun-slinging against a field of NFL players who know that the next play is a drop-back pass. Jones had 178 yards of support from Harris on THIRTY-ONE carries. Trask got 15 from all RB's combined. He only handed off 10 times. Emory ran four. The rest of the time, it was Trask being a hero. But if Harris wins, I'd say "congrats", you (also) deserve it. Or even Smith, who also went Full Dominator (FIFTEEN catches.) No other WR had more than four. Harris had five. We also pretty much knew that in a real passing sitch, it's going to Smith. And there he was, every time. As a homer I'd vote Trask, Harris, Smith. Jones comes somewhere later, who cares. But I'd find Harris, Trask, Smith a perfectly reasonable vote. Smith over Trask, eh, now I'd quibble, but only mildly. Even Smith has 98 catches for 1500 yards and 17 TD's. Harris had some quiet games, so I doubt he actually makes the top 3. Lawrence will slide in somewhere, but he missed a game and in a couple of others hardly needed to throw. He threw 9 times in a 42 point win. I imagine it will be 1. Smith, 2. Trask, 3. Jones, 4. Lawrence, 5. Harris. But KT could sneak in if the Bama votes get split. And if he doesn't, meh. It would be a sweet recruiting tool and obviously big for KT. Otherwise, it's the award shlubs like Jameis Winston and Johnny Manziel can win.