You can argue who the best pure running back in the country is. You can argue which undefeated team has the most talented player. You can even argue which player has meant the most to his team’s success this year.
But one thing that isn’t up for debate is who the most complete player in the country is this year -- the total package on and off the field -- the true definition of a Heisman candidate. Clemson running back C.J. Spiller is the only player in the nation with two 300-yard all-purpose running games this year. He has accounted for a touchdown five different ways this season, a first in school history. He has one scoring pass, six rushing touchdowns, four receiving touchdowns, one punt return for a score and three touchdowns on kickoff returns. He is one of only two players in the country who have scored a touchdown in every game this year. Literally every week he is breaking records -- including his own.
OrangeCoat has stayed too quiet about Mr. CJ Spiller. We should start posting something daily (or maybe weekly). The above ESPN blog post is a good place to start.