But Barry, to me, is head and shoulders above everybody.
I just think that we're capable of so much more; we don't utilize all our capacity like we should.
Even as voters, we try to keep up with the guys as much as possible, mainly through television or ESPN.
It's always hard - if you're not the best player on your team, how can you be the best player in college?
At USC, if you're running back there, and you do gain you over 1,500 yards, people see you as a candidate, but not one of the top ones.
I was saying earlier that it's really strange - you can almost step outside yourself and observe yourself running, and that's what I was doing.
It actually took me a year to learn how to play running back - to understand what they were doing defensively and then what our guys were doing every single play.
Going in, I knew I wasn't one of the top ones, because I didn't even make the pre-season All-American team. That shows you what people thought of me right there, so I knew I had to go to work.
To be a winner of that, and to fall in the long line of traditional great backs at USC, to have your name in perpetuity, the fact that your parents are like icons... that's the greatest thing.
But there is something to the fact that we don't see games on the West Coast, or we don't see games on the East Coast, and stuff like that. It's so unfair, because there is a bias that takes place.