MANHATTAN, Kan. —
Bishop set the school record for pass efficiency, and his 2,844 yards through the air made him one of college football’s most dynamic players. It was little wonder he was invited to the Heisman Trophy ceremony, finishing second to Texas running back Ricky Williams.
“Michael was a quality leader for that team in a far different way than Collin is,” Snyder said. “Still, his teammates responded to him quite well in a positive way. People responded to him because he made plays.”
Klein has put up pass efficiency numbers similar to Bishop, and he’s proven to be more elusive on the ground. The result has been record-setting touchdown totals and frontrunner status for college football’s most coveted individual award.