The Heisman Winners: 2000s
Former Toronto Blue Jays farmhand became oldest Heisman winner at 28 after leading nation in passing yards (4,167).
Versatile option quarterback had almost as many rushing yards (1,115) as passing yards (1,510) his senior season.
Had breakout senior year, passing for 3,942 yards, 33 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions for 11-2 Trojans.
Hurled a school-record 40 TDs for a prolific Sooners offense after returning from two reconstructive knee surgeries.
USC's career leader in touchdown passes (99) and the third quarterback in more than 30 years to win back-to-back AP national championships.
One of the sport's most explosive players and an all-around threat, amassing 1,658 yards rushing on 187 carries with 15 touchdowns in the regular season.
Dual-threat quarterback and runaway winner of the Trophy, earning a record 91.0% of the first-place votes.
First sophomore to win the Heisman and only NCAA Division I-A player to rush and pass for at least 20 touchdowns in a season.
Led the highest-scoring team in major-college football history with 50 touchdown passes, 4,720 passing yards and a 67.9 completion percentage.