Earlier this season, we predicted the Heisman Trophy would go to South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore, but the super sophomore tailback suffered a season-ending knee injury last month and is out of the running. Now it’s time to champion the campaign of Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden. The 28-year-old (not a typo), who was a 2002 New York Yankees draft pick (we like him anyway), has completed 282 of 391 passes (an astonishing 72.1 percent) for 3,212 yards and 26 TDs. The 6-foot-4-inch, 218-pound Weeden, who is older than many NFL quarterbacks, is the major reason the Cowboys are 9-0 and ranked No. 2 heading into tomorrow’s showdown with Texas Tech.