Yes they do depending on the stickers
Best College Football Player ESPY Award was created in 1993.
Best College Football Player ESPY Award ended in 2001.
Miami of OhioJim Young (Asst. Coach) 1964, gave stickets to Freshman squad players.1965, convinced Head Coach Bo Shembechler to use them, 2 years BEFORE Ohio State & Woody Hayes
Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award was created in 1998.
Maxwell Award in 2000.
At most schools that have helmet stickers, they are rewards for good plays and they are only awarded after the team wins. At the University of Georga, black bones are rewarded for good academic performance; white bones are rewarded for good plays and performance criteria met (see link). Ohio State has a rather elaborate formula for awarding Buckeye stickers (see link). Florida State apparently has a point system for awarding red tomahawks. Apparently, players can loose tomahawks already awarded. Major College Football Programs That Award Helmet Stickers: Oho State: Buckeye Florida State: Tomahawk Clemson: Paw Print Vanderbilt: Anchor North Carolina State: Wolf's Fang Purdue: Purdue Pete East Carolina: Pirate's Skull Other Colleges That Award Helmet Stickers: Lousinia-Lafyette: chili pepper
Yes, he won every college football award including the Heisman, Maxwell, and Walter Camp.
They don't have that many stickers to award.
It is the national college football award for Quarterbacks.