Heisman Trophy

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The Heisman Trophy is the pre-eminent individual college football award, given each year to the nation's most outstanding player as voted on by a panel of media, former winners, and members of the Downtown Athletic Club in New York City. Technically, the award is open to any player at any school in any division; in practice, the winner has always been from a major college program.

1935 Jay Berwanger Chicago halfback
1936 Larry Kelley Yale end
1937 Clint Frank Yale halfback
1938 Davey O'Brien Texas Christian quarterback
1939 Nile Kinnick Iowa halfback
1940 Tom Harmon Michigan halfback
1941 Bruce Smith Minnesota halfback
1942 Frank Sinkwich Georgia halfback
1943 Angelo Bertelli Notre Dame quarterback
1944 Les Horvath Ohio State QB/halfback
1945 Doc Blanchard Army fullback
1946 Glenn Davis Army halfback
1947 Johnny Lujack Notre Dame quarterback
1948 Doak Walker Southern Methodist halfback
1949 Leon Hart Notre Dame end
1950 Vic Janowicz Ohio State halfback
1951 Dick Kazmaier Princeton halfback
1952 Billy Vessels Oklahoma halfback
1953 Johnny Lattner Notre Dame halfback
1954 Alan Ameche Wisconsin fullback
1955 Howard Cassaday Ohio State halfback
1956 Paul Hornung Notre Dame quarterback
1957 John David Crow Texas A&M halfback
1958 Pete Dawkins Army halfback
1959 Billy Cannon Louisiana State halfback
1960 Joe Bellino Navy halfback
1961 Ernie Davis Syracuse halfback/LB
1962 Terry Baker Oregon State quarterback
1963 Roger Staubach Navy quarterback
1964 John Huarte Notre Dame quarterback
1965 Mike Garrett Southern California halfback
1966 Steve Spurrier Florida quarterback
1967 Gary Beban Cal-Los Angeles quarterback
1968 O.J. Simpson Southern California halfback
1969 Steve Owens Oklahoma fullback
1970 Jim Plunkett Stanford quarterback
1971 Pat Sullivan Auburn quarterback
1972 Johnny Rodgers Nebraska running back
1973 John Cappelletti Penn State running back
1974 Archie Griffin Ohio State running back
1975 Archie Griffin (2) Ohio State running back
1976 Tony Dorsett Pittsburgh running back
1977 Earl Campbell Texas running back
1978 Billy Sims Oklahoma running back
1979 Charles White Southern California running back
1980 George Rogers South Carolina running back
1981 Marcus Allen Southern California running back
1982 Herschel Walker Georgia running back
1983 Mike Rozier Nebraska running back
1984 Doug Flutie Boston College quarterback
1985 Bo Jackson Auburn running back
1986 Vinny Testaverde Miami (FL) quarterback
1987 Tim Brown Notre Dame wide receiver
1988 Barry Sanders Oklahoma State running back
1989 Andre Ware Houston quarterback
1990 Ty Detmer Brigham Young quarterback
1991 Desmond Howard Michigan wide receiver
1992 Gino Torretta Miami (FL) quarterback
1993 Charlie Ward Florida State quarterback
1994 Rashaan Salaam Colorado running back
1995 Eddie George Ohio State running back
1996 Danny Wuerffel Florida quarterback
1997 Charles Woodson Michigan cornerback
1998 Ricky Williams Texas running back
1999 Ron Dayne Wisconsin running back
2000 Chris Weinke Florida State quarterback
2001 Eric Crouch Nebraska quarterback
2002 Carson Palmer Southern California quarterback
2003 Jason White Oklahoma quarterback
2004 Matt Leinart Southern California quarterback
2005 vacant
2006 Troy Smith Ohio State quarterback
2007 Tim Tebow Florida quarterback
2008 Sam Bradford Oklahoma quarterback
2009 Mark Ingram Alabama running back
2010 Cam Newton Auburn quarterback
2011 Robert Griffin III Baylor quarterback
2012 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M quarterback
2013 Jameis Winston Florida State quarterback
2014 Marcus Mariota Oregon

The 2005 Heisman was won by Reggie Bush, running back, Southern California. However, it was later determined that Bush was ineligible under NCAA regulations, and as a result he was stripped of the award.