The traditional Army-Navy Football game is schedule to be played at the Lincoln Financial Center in Phildelphia.
So what team do you root for and who do you think is going to win?
I support Army since I was in the Army.
Who do you think will receive the MVP? And do you think the award should go to the most valuable player or the best player?
The 2012 Heisman Trophy won't come down to Johnny Manziel vs. Manti Te'o. The trophy will go to one of those two, yes, but that's a detail, a plot twist in the bigger story that this balloting will tell.
Here's what the 2012 Heisman Trophy will come down to:
Best player in the country vs. best player on the best team.
Player of the year ... or MVP.
There is a difference -- sometimes. There wasn't a difference in 2010 when the best player in the country, the most valuable player in the country, the only logical candidate for the Heisman Trophy was Cam Newton of Auburn. His team went on to win the national championship. He broke unbreakable records. No brainer, that one.
That year the Heisman Trophy made it easy on voters. This year, it was harder. It was so hard, in fact, that exit polls show a race that is too close to call. While our Chris Huston -- who runs the highly accurate Heisman Pundit blog -- has predicted a narrow victory for Manziel, the folks at USA Today won't do it. They polled 37 voters and concluded that it was a toss-up between Manziel and Te'o.
So this one's going to be close, because voters are confused.
Best player in the country? Or best player on the best team?