Poll: Big East's offensive player of the year

May, 12, 2011
Today's voting session ends with a fun question: Who will be the Big East's offensive player of the year in 2011?

You can post your answer in the poll below, and we'll tally the results and react to them later on. I gave early odds on the offensive player of the year race back in March, and here are my top five nominees:
  • Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia: Smith is already one of the league's best players and now will get plugged into Dana Holgorsen's offense, which has been shown to hyper-inflate quarterbacks' numbers. A 4,000-plus yard season is not out of the question.
  • Zach Collaros, QB, Cincinnati: Collaros was the first team All-Big East quarterback and should be even better with another year of experience in Butch Jones' system as a senior.
  • Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh: Graham has been electric in limited time behind Dion Lewis, and now he gets the ball all to himself in an offense that promises to use him in a variety of ways.
  • B.J. Daniels, QB, South Florida: Daniels is key to what the Bulls hope to accomplish and can be a dangerous dual-threat player when he is playing under control and within the system.
  • Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati: Running backs have won the past three of these awards, and Pead is the league's leading returning rusher.

So there are your nominees. Now it's time to let your voice be heard. Vote early, vote often.



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