SYRACUSE, NY - NOVEMBER 19: Dalvin Cook #4 of the Florida State Seminoles breaks a tackle to run in his final touchdown of the day against the Syracuse Orange during the third quarter on November 19, 2016 at The Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York. Florida State defeats Syracuse 45-14. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Dalvin Cook named as finalist for prestigious award

Right where he should be.

Dalvin Cook broke Florida State's rushing all-time rushing record against Syracuse and is now the only running back in Seminoles history with over 4,000 rushing yards. He has 1,467 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns this year to go with 400 receiving yards and a reception touchdown.

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That has him in the Heisman conversation as well as for some other awards. That includes the prestigious Doak Walker Award given out to the best running back in the nation each year.

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He's going up against Donnel Pumphrey at San Diego State and D'Onta Foreman from Texas. The award will be handed out Dec. 8 at the Home Depot College Football Awards.