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The 55th winner of the Heisman Trophy is the gifted passing quarterback of the University of Houston, André Ware. Ware is a junior and the first Cougar football player to win the college sport's most coveted individual award.
No less a critic than Woody Hayes called him the greatest player he ever coached.Archie Griffin combined power, speed and consistency to amass an incredible string of 31 consecutive 100-yard games. He received the Heisman Trophy as a junior in 1974 and again in 1975 -- the only player to win the award twice.
Billy Sims of The University of Oklahoma became the sixth junior to win the coveted Heisman Memorial Trophy Award. Sims was the nation's leading rusher and scorer for 1978, averaging 160.1 yards and 10.9 points.
The 51st winner of the Heisman Trophy, Auburn's great running back Bo Jackson, is such a remarkable all-round athlete that, if there were Heisman awards in baseball and track, he would almost certainly have won them, too.
The brilliant and exciting signal-caller from Thomasville, Georgia is the first Seminole player to win the Heisman award. From the first moment of the '93 season, the spotlight focused on Ward, who was considered to be the nation's premier quarterback and the prime candidate for the Heisman Trophy.
For over 22 years, Doug Flutie's name has been synonymous with excellence in college and professional football. Named College Football Player of the Year in 1984, Doug set NCAA career records for passing yards and total offense.
Campbell has an affinity for the number 4...Four times he was All Southwest running back, the first time in that conference's history one man earned such an honor
A 6-foot 3-inch, 205-pound senior, Torretta was the key man in the extraordinary success of his team. The one attribute shared by all great quarterbacks is that they find a way to lead their team to victory week after week
For the first 11 years of his life, legendary football rusher Herschel Walker was more concerned about reading books and writing poetry than he was about breaking tackles and scoring touchdowns, but when he got his nose out of his books and put his feet in the backfield, there was no stopping him.
Jim Plunkett is a recognized professional football player. He was on the Stanford University team and was a Heisman trophy winner in 1970. He played with the NFL for 17 years, won 2 Superbowls and was named MVP in Superbowl XV.
Marcus Allen was a Heisman Trophy winner and set 12 NCAA records at USC. In 1982 he was drafted by the Oakland Raiders and was named Rookie of the Year. In 1984 Marcus won the Super Bowl XVIII MVP award. He joined the Chiefs as a free agent in 1993 and was named MVP for them in 1993 and 1995.
He was probably the greatest all-around player in Notre Dame's history and is the only Heisman winner to have played on a losing team as the Irish were 2-8 in '56. As almost every football fan knows, Hornung went to the Green Bay Packers, led the NFL in scoring for three straight years and was voted MVP in 1960 and 1961.
Dorsett piled up some incredible numbers as a college and professional running back. He was the first player in NCAA history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in each of four seasons at the University of Pittsburgh, where he gained a record 6,082 yards and scored 58 touchdowns in 1,133 attempts. As a junior in 1975, Dorsett gained 303 yards in 23 attempts against Notre Dame.
Vinny Testaverde, the incomparable quarterback of the University of Miami, is the 52nd winner of college football's premier individual award, The Heisman Trophy.