Sam Bradford from the Oklahoma Sooners is last years Heisman Trophy winner.
On December 16th, 2013, Florida State Seminoles Quarter Back Jaemis Winston became the youngest player to receive the Heisman Trophy. He was born Jan. 6th, 1994 and was 19 years, 342 days old.
1993 Heisman winner QB Charlie Ward of Florida State had an 11 year career in the NBA with the Knicks (9 1/2 years), Spurs (1/2 year), and Rockets (1 year).
Tim Tebow was the youngest player to win the Heisman Trophy at 19 years and 267 days. Mark Ingram recieved it two years later at the age 19 years and 309 days.
Archie Griffin won the Heisman Trophy two consecutive Heisman Trophies in 1974 and 1975.
The Heisman Trophy winner from the Naval Academy played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 to 1979.
Barry Sanders, a running back for Oklahoma State University, was the winner of the 1988 Heisman Trophy. Sanders went on to a Hall of Fame career in the NFL playing 10 years with the Detroit Lions and finishing his career third in NFL all time rushing yardage with 15,269.
Alabama. Alabama & Auburn
There have been 26 different African Americans who have won the Heisman Memorial Trophy Award, and an African American has won the award 27 out of the 73 years of its existence (Archie Griffin has won it twice).
no one the only player to win the heisman twice was Archie griffin in 75 and 76 i think these are the years but know the rest is true
Only one time has this happened. In 2009, the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated Texas in the BCS National Championship game with their Heisman winner Mark Ingram. In 2010, the Auburn Tigers defeated Oregon on a last second field goal. Auburn's quarterback Cam Newton, won the Heisman that year. So only the state of Alabama has ever been able to win both the Heisman and national championship back to back. TCU and Texas A&M won the National Championship back to back years in 1938 and 1939 respectively. TCU's Davey O'Brien won the Heisman in 1938, but Texas A&M failed have a Heisman winner that next year.