It's going to difficult for Andre Williams of Boston College to surpass the likes of Florida State's Jameis Winston or Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel for the Heisman Trophy. But hey, if Williams, who posted 2,102 rushing yards on 329 carries with 17 touchdowns, does happen to win the prestigious award, he knows exactly what he'll do with it. Put it in a specific spot? No. Give it to his parents? Nope. In a conference call on Monday, Williams said, “If I actually win the Heisman Trophy, I’ll chop it up into equal pieces and they can all take a piece of it home." 

WHAT?! Hey Andre, that's a nice gesture and all, but you gotta be joking, right? Well, once they do hand over the hardware, the person who receives the trophy can do whatever they want. However, for what it's worth, we wouldn't suggest chopping it up into pieces. That's just crazy. 

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