Roger Staubach and Jim Plunket.
Jim Plunkett. Stanford Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl winner with the Raiders. He also won a Rose Bowl. Also Roger Staubach with Navy and Dallas
Tony Dorsett, 1976 Heisman and NCAA championship and Superbowl XII; and Charles Woodson, 1997 Heisman and NCAA championship and Superbowl XLV.
emmit smith Sorry. Emmitt Smith never won a Heisman Trophy.
Tony Dorsett and Marcus Allen were the only two to have accomplished this feat until 2010. Tony Dorsett from the University of Pittsburgh won the Heisman Trophy in 1976, Pitt won the NCAA championship in 1976, and Dorsett was a member of the Dallas Cowboys that won Super Bowl XII. Marcus Allen, who attended the University of Southern California, won the Heisman Trophy in 1981, was on the USC team that won the 1978 NCAA championship, and he was a member of the Los Angeles Raiders that won Super Bowl XVIII in 1984. With the victory of the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl LXIV, Reggie Bush became the third player to win a Super Bowl, a Heisman Trophy and a National Championship. He won the Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints in 2010, a Heisman Trophy at USC in 2005 and two National Championships at USC in 2004 & 2003, though one was later vacated. He also won a high school championship. And now add Charles Woodson in 2011. Heisman and national championship with Michigan and a Super Bowl ring with Green Bay.
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Jim Plunkett, Oakland Raiders and Stanford The last Heisman winning QB that started and won a Super Bowl was Jim Plunkett who won the Heisman in 1970 (Stanford) and won Super Bowls XV and XVIII with the Raiders. The only other Heisman winning QB to start and win a Super Bowl was Roger Staubach who won the Heisman in 1963 (Navy) and won Super Bowls VI and XII with the Cowboys.
Tony Dorsett is the first player in football's history to have ever won the Heisman Trophy, an NCAA National Championship, and a Superbowl ring. Interestingly enough, he won the Heisman and National Championship as a senior at Pitt in 1976, and the Superbowl the very next year as a rookie for the Dallas Cowboys. Two other Heisman Trophy/National Championship winners have appeared in the Superbowl, but lost. Charles Woodson won the Heisman and a National Championship at Michigan in 1997, and appeared in Superbowl 37 as a starting cornerback for the Oakland Raiders, but lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Matt Leinart won the Heisman and a National Championship at USC in 2004, and appeared as the backup quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals in Superbowl 43, who lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Reggie Bush has become the second player in football's history to have won an NCAA National Championship ring (2004 USC), Heisman Trophy (2005) and a SuperBowl ring (New Orleans Saints 2010).