The college football season wrapped up in spectacular fashion with a main course of several conference championship games with playoff spots on the line. Our Sportsman of the Week had a historic game in the one championship that didn't produce a playoff contender. Stanford's Christian McCaffrey has quietly had the best all-purpose yards season of all time, passing the legendary Barry Sanders. He topped off his season with 472 all-purpose yards, including exceeding 100 yards each in rushing, receiving, and kick returns as the Cardinal smoked the Trojans of Southern California. He also threw for a touchdown, you certainly can't blame the defense for coming up on him after a handoff. Sometimes toiling out of the prime time window for many voters on the East Coast, McCaffrey has earned himself a trip to New York City for the Heisman Trophy presentation, and is a worthy Sportsman of the Week!