Kyle Trask discusses his place in Heisman race, says it occupies 'zero percent' of his thoughts
Florida QB Kyle Trask is off to an incredible start this season. Through 4 games, Trask has thrown for 1,341 yards, 18 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions.
Understandably, he’s now getting some hype for the Heisman Trophy. Though he’s not the frontrunner, he’s played well enough to enter the conversation.
However, on Wednesday, Trask said he isn’t giving the Heisman much thought, as there are bigger team goals he wants to achieve:
— College Sports on SiriusXM (@SXMCollege) November 4, 2020
“Obviously that would mean a lot,” he said. “But that’s getting zero percent of my attention right now. I’m just trying to go 1-0 every week right now. Our team’s goal is the national championship, so I’m just doing whatever I can to put us in the best situation possible to have a chance at that.”
If Trask has a big game against Georgia’s elite defense on Saturday, it might go a long way toward his Heisman campaign. It will also help Florida’s quest to get to the Playoff.