June 5th: Eric Crouch is up for the College Football Hall of Fame again, and it’s time for Jake’s yearly reminder: All Heisman Trophy winners should automatically be in the Hall of Fame

-Crouch joins Larry Jacobson and Zach Wiegert as finalists on the 2019 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, which for some reason Crouch isn’t a part of

-Here’s Sorensen’s logic: the typical college football playing career is 4 years. If you spend 25% of your career as the BEST PLAYER in football during any of the years, how does that not make you a Hall of Famer? Obviously, longevity is rewarded in the professional ranks with continued success, but there is a limit in college to how long you can be there—not in pro sports. How is Crouch still not in?