Editor's note: The site Heisman Pundit has written a rebuttal to Scofield's piece, and you can read it by clicking here.
Sick of the Heisman hype? Tired of the weekly updates on who is leading the race for the bronze figurine?
Count Dan Scofield of Fighting Irish Gameday among that crowd.
"I will let it be known that I have officially joined the hate party on the bronze figure himself," he writes.
"I view the Heisman as an irrelevant political award judged on six commandments that eliminate roughly 95 percent of the players before the ball is even put in play on opening weekend."
Scofield says there are plenty of reasons to hate on the award, including John W. Heisman, who wasn't much of a sportsman.
"Most notably, the most lopsided victory in the history of the NCAA can be credited to Mr. Heisman himself. Up by 126 points at the half, the Georgia Tech coach was quoted as saying, 'Who knows what they have up their sleeves?'.
"As the clock hit zero, the scoreboard read Georgia Tech, 222, Cumberland College, 0."
He also points out that the award is increasingly given to Caucasian quarterbacks.
"Seven of the nine Heisman winners this decade have been Caucasian quarterbacks from the elite programs of college football.
"My argument can be backed up by many. To throw a few names around: Ty Detmer, Eric Crouch, and of course my favorite argument concerning the awful Heisman formula, Jason White."
He notes that Pat White, the only quarterback to win four consecutive bowl games, wasn't even invited to New York City.
"Not one time in those four years. Even as a die-hard domer, I would have given Brady Quinn's spot, who lost big in his two BCS bowl appearances, to White in a second.
"From the wise words of Marilyn Monroe, 'Everyone is a superstar and deserves a chance to shine.'
"Sadly enough, most of college football won't even be given an opportunity to be in that spotlight."