Is Kyler Murray a baseball player or a football player? 


Ultimately, it doesn't really matter. The only thing that's important is that he's closing the gap on Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa for the Heisman trophy.


On Saturday, he once again proved that he is on the same level as Tua, if not better. The man had over 270 yards, almost 100 rushing yards, and five touchdowns to once again save Oklahoma's sorry defense in a win against a bad Kansas team.

Meanwhile, how long has it been since Tua has done anything truly mindblowing? He's still coasting off his early-season weeks, by and large.


Murray is an incredible athlete with an incredible football IQ. He seamlessly took over the spot of Baker Mayfield, last year's Heisman-winning quarterback, and is making a push for the College Football Playoffs. ​Murray's insane speed is what earned him the No. 9 selection in the ​MLB Draft last year, and Oklahoma has used that talent to kill opposing defenses.

 Murray has been floating around the top four on the Heisman leaderboard, but he's risen over the past few games and remains the country's top-rated quarterback. He has proven himself as the nation's best player. 


Even if it's not even his best sport.