The Heisman Winners: 1980s
Led nation in rushing with 1,781 yards in '80 and gained 100 or more yards in each of his final 22 college games.
The first player to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season (2,342) also led the nation in scoring (138 points, on 23 TDs).
Rushed for 1,616 yards and led Georgia to the '80 national title. He had 5,259 yards over three seasons in Athens.
Had 2,486 total yards to lead the nation, including 2,148 rushing yards, and an NCAA-record 29 rushing touchdowns.
Rhodes scholar finalist became the NCAA's alltime leading passer with 10,579 yards. Threw for 3,454 yards and 27 TDs.
Rushed for a school-record 1,786 yards and 17 touchdowns and had a career average of 6.6 yards per carry.
The 6' 5" Testaverde threw for 2,557 yards and 26 touchdowns, against just nine interceptions, in leading Miami to an undefeated regular season and a No. 1 ranking.
Touchdown Timmy had 1,847 all-purpose yards in '87, slightly less than his school-record 1,937 yards as a junior.
Averaged more than 200 yards per game and led the nation in rushing (2,628) and all-purpose yards (3,249) in '88.
Despite rarely playing a full game, Ware set 26 NCAA records, including passing yards (4,699), his junior season.