Look at CJ Stroud’s First-Half Statistics.


Look at CJ Stroud’s First-Half Statistics.

CJ Stroud of Ohio State made a strong case for winning the Heisman Trophy this year with his performance against Oklahoma.

No, it’s not true.

On Saturday, Michigan State will be ranked No. 7 in the country.

Early in the 2021 season, Stroud had a few freshman hiccups, including a loss to No.

In Week 2, Oregon is ranked third.

Some fans demanded that Ryan Day switch quarterbacks.

The Buckeyes, on the other hand, stood by the youngster.

It was the correct decision.

On Saturday, Stroud dominated the Spartans, who were ranked seventh.

In the first half, he completed 29 of 31 passes for 393 yards and six touchdowns.

No, we aren’t joking.

By halftime, Ohio State had a 49-0 lead over Michigan State.

Patrick Mahomes, quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, was impressed by CJ Stroud’s performance.

Blocking out the noise will be one of CJ Stroud’s biggest challenges moving forward.

He’s the new favorite for the Heisman Trophy, and many people believe Ohio State is the best team in the country.

But, based on what Stroud said ahead of Saturday’s game against Michigan State, we have a feeling he won’t have any trouble dealing with potential distractions.

“Right now, all I’m thinking about is Michigan State,” Stroud told The Columbus Dispatch on Wednesday night.

“In Big Ten play, we have two, hopefully three more games.”

All I care about is winning those games, so whatever happens (with the Heisman) will happen.

“Of course, having my name up there is a blessing in itself.”

But I try not to look at that kind of thing.

I even tell my relatives not to send me such things.”

CJ Stroud is a top player, as he demonstrated against Michigan State on Saturday.

Look at CJ Stroud’s First-Half Stats.

Look: C.J. Stroud’s First Half Stats Are Insane

Look: C.J. Stroud’s First Half Stats Are Insane

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