I think the voters love a running QB, and Eric Crouch was such a QB. He's actually pretty fun to watch because his scrambling adds another dimension to the game that makes college football what it is. In the NFL, if you are a scrambling QB, chances are that your career is a short one because the players are just so much more faster and stronger, and when they hit the QB, most of the time, that QB will be toast after a few good hard hits. But in college, you can get away with a running QB, and it's a brand of football that is a toss-back to yesteryear when good offenses would just roll over opponents if they had the right QB in place. It's more unpredicatable, and plain out fun to watch. So I think Crouch is rewarded for being able to bring back the old fashion college football of running the football down the opponents' throats. Plus, he got the Heisman hightlight on national TV during the Nebraska-Oklahoma game when he caught that flea-flicker pass for a long TD that put the game away for the Huskers.