The Heisman Winners: 1960s
The 5' 9" Navy Destroyer ran for 834 yards and 15 TDs while leading the Midshipmen to a No. 4 national ranking.
First African-American Heisman winner averaged 5.5 yards per carry, scored 15 TDs and topped 90 yards six times while running out of a three-man backfield.
Led nation with 2,276 total yards, then took Beavers' basketball team to the Final Four as a point guard.
Last military academy rep to win the award connected on 66.4% of his passes for 1,474 yards in 1963.
Threw for 2,062 yards and set team records for yards per completion (18.1) and yards per play (8.55) while leading Irish to first winning season in six years.
First of the great USC I formation tailbacks carried 267 times for 1,440 yards and 13 TDs in 10 games.
Gators' one-man show completed 392 passes for 4,848 yards and 36 touchdowns in his college career.
The Great One led UCLA to a 23-5-2 record with 5,358 total career yards and a combined 58 TDs.
Ran for 1,880 yards on 383 carries (both NCAA records at the time) with 23 touchdowns as a senior.
Powerful inside runner set NCAA career records for carries (905), rushing yards (3,867), TDs (56) and points (336).