The University of Minnesota's only Heisman Trophy winner was halfback Bruce Smith, who received the honor in 1941. He was a key player in the Gophers' bacl-to-back national championships in 1940 and 1941. Smith is one of 13 Heisman winners who also played on a national championship team the same season.
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The University of Alabama has only had one Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram.
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.
That was O.J. Simpson (1968 Heisman winner) and Roger Staubach (1963 Heisman winner) who were both elected to the Hall of Fame in 1985. Since then, six other Heisman winners have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame ... Paul Hornung, Doak Walker, Earl Campbell, Tony Dorsett, Marcus Allen, and Barry Sanders. For the upcoming 2010 elections to the Hall, Tim Brown is the only Heisman winner on the list of electees.
If you mean the University of South Carolina, there has only been one Heisman winner and that was running back George Rogers in 1980.
Yes. Bryant's only Heisman winner was RB John David Crow from Texas A&M in 1957.
I can only name one and that's Nick Saban. 1st with LSU and 2nd with Alabama!
Tony Doresett is the only Heisman Trophy winner from the University of Pittsburgh. He won the award in 1976.
Oregon State University has produced one Heisman Trophy winner: quarterback Terry Baker. The versatile Baker, who also played basketball for the Beavers, was awarded the Heisman for the 1962 season. He also appeared in the 1962-63 NCAA Final Four, making him the only Heisman winner to compete in a basketball championship semifinal.
It is the mascot for the University of Minnesota. The "Golden" Gophers (FROM WIKIPEDIA) The Gopher mascot is a tradition as old as the state. Minnesota was tabbed the "Gopher State" in 1857 after a satirizing cartoon, depicting nine Gophers with the heads of local politicians pulling a locomotive, was published. The story was over legislative action for a $5 million railroad proposal in western Minnesota. Later, the University picked up the nickname. The "Golden" adjective has not always been a part of the Gopher nickname. During the 1930s, the Gophers wore gold jerseys and pants. Legendary KSTP radio announcer Halsey Hall coined the term "Golden Gophers" in reference to the team's all-gold attire on the field. From 1932 through 1941, Minnesota compiled an impressive record, losing only 12 games and winning seven Big Ten titles and five national championships-a true "golden" decade of Gopher football.
This is a good question to place on a football questionnaire: Who was the only Heisman Award winner whose team had a losing record?
Yes! I did a project on Gophers in 2012 and found a whole bunch of stuff out! Did you know that gophers only live in North America! Who knew! Hope this helps!