The University of Michigan's first Heisman Trophy winner was running back Tom Harmon who won the award in 1940.
The first Heisman Trophy was awarded in 1935. Jay Berwanger, halfback from the University of Chicago, was the winner.
The President's Trophy was first awarded to the Edmonton Oilers in the 1985-86 season with 119 points.
Jay Berwanger, a running back from the University of Chicago, was the first Heisman Trophy winner in 1935. Berwanger was the first player selected in the first ever NFL draft but chose not to play professional football.
The first Heisman Trophy winner was Jay Berwanger, a white running back from the University of Chicago.
Jay Berwanger. He played halfback for Chicago in 1935
Paul Hornung was the 1956 Heisman Trophy winner who played on a Notre Dame team that finished the season 2-8. He is the only player from a losing team to win the Heisman Trophy.
Charlie Ward, Florida State, 1993
In 1927: George Hainsworth, Montreal Canadiens (first winner)