Matt Barrie dove into how the Heisman Trophy race is shaking out with Week 13 in the books. And in his mind, there’s 2 frontrunners: USC’s Caleb Williams and TCU’s Max Duggan.

In USC’s 38-27 win over Notre Dame on Saturday, Williams was 18-of-22 passing for 232 yards and 1 touchdown while running it 9 tames for 35 yards and 3 scores. Duggan, during TCU’s 62-14 dismantling of Iowa State, was 17-of-24 for 212 yards and 3 touchdowns before giving way to Chandler Morris.

Heading into the Pac-12 Championship Game vs. Utah, Williams has thrown for 3,712 yards and 34 touchdowns vs. just 3 interceptions while recording 10 touchdowns and 351 yards on the ground. Duggan has 3,070 yards, 29 TDs, and 3 picks of his own ahead of the Big 12 Championship Game against Kansas State.

“Caleb Williams and Max Duggan. Put those 2 in New York. Put whatever candidates you want. If you want to throw in Hendon Hooker because of the season he had before he got injured, great. If you want to throw in Bryce Young, because he won it and he’s played remarkable this year, great. Throw in whoever you want. But to me this thing needs to come down to Max Duggan and Caleb Williams,” Barrie said.

“Caleb Williams has to be the Heisman favorite going into the final weekend of the season, and Max Duggan at TCU is what college football is all about. All this guy did was get beat out, become TCU’s starter, and lead them to a 12-0 record while making this thing fly all over the yard.”