The Heisman Winners: 1950s
Before new coach Woody Hayes installed T formation in '51, the single wing tailback scored 16 TDs, had 875 yards of total offense, played safety on defense, punted and placekicked.
Last Ivy Leaguer to win Heisman led nation with 1,827 yards of total offense in '51, averaging 6.6 yards per play.
As a senior, first Sooner to win Heisman rushed for 1,072 yards, passed for 209, had 165 yards receiving and scored 18 TDs.
Workhorse averaged 4.9 yards per carry and 15.7 per catch over his career and set a school career record with 13 interceptions.
Bruising 215-pound fullback had 146 carries for 641 yards while playing through injuries in '54.
Ran for 964 yards and 15 TDs in '55. Also a talented defensive back, never had a pass completed against him in Big Ten play.
Only Heisman winner on a losing team (2-8) had 917 passing yards, 420 rushing yards and 496 kickoff-return yards in '56.
Bear Bryant's lone Heisman winner appeared in seven games due to injuries but ran for 562 yards and six TDs, passed for five TDs and made five interceptions at linebacker in '57.
Rhodes scholar and senior class president had 1,123 yards rushing, 719 yards receiving and threw for seven TDs as a Cadet.
Imposing (6' 1", 210 pounds) runner with sprinter's speed led LSU to first AP national title in '58 and in '59 scored seven TDs, rushed for 598 yards and returned eight kickoffs for 191 yards.