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Past Heisman trophy winners and BSC Championship all time results



 

Year	#1 Team			Heisman Trophy Winner			BSC Championship Result			Location					MVP

2013    Florida State           Jameis Winston, Florida State           Forida State (1) 34 -- Auburn (2) 31    Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA                         Jameis Winston (QB), P.J. Williams (DB)
2012	Alabama			Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M		Alabama (2) 42 -- Notre Dame (1) 14	Miami Gardens, FL -- Sun Life Stadium		Eddie Lacy (RB), C.J. Mosley (LB)
2011    Alabama                 Robert Griffin III, Baylor              Alabama (2) 21 -- LSU (1) 0             New Orleans, NO -- Superdome                    A.J. McCarron (QB), Courtney Upshaw (LB)
2010	Auburn			Cam Newton, Auburn			Auburn (1) 22 -- Oregon (2) 19		Glendale, AZ -- University of Phoenix Stadium	Michael Dyer (RB)
2009	Alabama			Mark Ingram, Alabama			Alabama (1) 37 -- Texas (2) 21		Pasadena, CA -- Rose Bowl			Mark Ingram (RB)
2008	Florida			Sam Bradford, Oklahoma			Florida (1) 24 -- Oklahoma (2) 14	Miami, FL -- Dolphin Stadium			Tim Tebow (QB)
2007	LSU			Tim Tebow, Florida			LSU (2) 38 -- Ohio State (1) 24		New Orleans, NO -- Louisiana Superdome		Matt Flynn (QB)
2006	Florida			Troy Smith, Ohio State			Florida 41 -- Ohio State 14		Glendale, AZ -- University of Phoenix Stadium	Chris Leak (QB)
2005	Texas			Reggie Bush, USC			Texas 41 -- Southern California 38	Pasadena, CA -- Rose Bowl			Vince Young (QB)
2004	USC			Matt Leinart, USC			Southern California 55 -- Oklahoma 19	Miami, FL -- Pro Player Stadium			Matt Leinart (QB)
2003	Louisiana State and USC	Jason White, Oklahoma			LSU 21 -- Oklahoma 14			New Orleans, NO -- Louisiana Superdome		Justin Vincent (RB)
2002	Ohio State		Carson Palmer, USC			Ohio State 31 -- Miami 24 (2 OT)	Tempe, AZ -- Sun Devil Stadium			Craig Krenzel (QB)
2001	Miami (Fla.)		Eric Crouch, University of Nebraska	Miami 37 -- Nebraska 14			Pasadena, CA -- Rose Bowl			Ken Dorsey (QB) and Andre Johnson (WR)
2000	Oklahoma		Chris Weinke, Florida State		Oklahoma 13 -- Florida State 2		Miami, FL -- Pro Player Stadium			Torrance Marshall (LB)
1999	Florida State		Ron Dayne, Wisconsin			Florida State 46 -- Virginia Tech 29	New Orleans, NO -- Louisiana Superdome		Peter Warrick (WR)
1998	Tennessee		Ricky Williams, Texas			Tennessee 23 -- Florida State 16	Tempe, AZ -- Sun Devil Stadium			Peerless Price (WR) and Dwayne Goodrich (CB)
1997	Michigan and Nebraska	Charles Woodson, Michigan
1996	U of Florida		Danny Wuerffel, Florida
1995	Nebraska		Eddie George, Ohio State
1994	Nebraska		Rashaan Salaam, Colorado
1993	Florida State		Charlie Ward, Florida State
1992	Alabama			Gino Torretta, Miami
1991	Miami (Fla.) and Washington	Desmond Howard, Michigan
1990	Colorado and Georgia Tech	Ty Detmer, Brigham Young
1989	Miami (Fla.)		Andre Ware, Houston
1988	Notre Dame		Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State
1987	Miami (Fla.)		Tim Brown, Notre Dame
1986	Penn State		Vinny Testaverde, Miami
1985	Oklahoma		Bo Jackson, Auburn
1984	Brigham Young		Doug Flutie, Boston College
1983	Miami (Fla.)		Mike Rozier, Nebraska
1982	Penn State		Herschel Walker, Georgia
1981	Clemson			Marcus Allen, USC
1980	Georgia			George Rogers, South Carolina
1979	Alabama			Charles White, USC
1978	Alabama and USC		Billy Sims, Oklahoma
1977	Notre Dame		Earl Campbell, Texas
1976	Pittsburgh		Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh
1975	Oklahoma		Archie Griffin, Ohio State
1974	Oklahoma and USC	Archie Griffin, Ohio State
1973	Notre Dame and U. of Alabama	John Cappelletti, Penn State
1972	USC			Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska
1971	Nebraska		Pat Sullivan, Auburn
1970	Texas and Nebraska	Jim Plunkett, Stanford
1969	Texas			Steve Owens, Oklahoma
1968	Ohio State		O. J. Simpson, USC
1967	USC			Gary Beban, UCLA
1966	Notre Dame		Steve Spurrier, Florida
1965	Alabama and Michigan State	Mike Garrett, USC
1964	Alabama			John Huarte, Notre Dame
1963	Texas			Roger Staubach, Navy
1962	USC			Terry Baker, Oregon State
1961	Alabama			Ernie Davis, Syracuse
1960	Minnesota		Joe Bellino, Navy
1959	Syracuse		Billy Cannon, Louisiana State
1958	Louisiana State		Pete Dawkins, Army
1957	Auburn and Ohio State	John Crow, Texas A & M
1956	Oklahoma		Paul Hornung, Notre Dame
1955	Oklahoma		Howard Cassady, Ohio State
1954	Ohio State and UCLA	Alan Ameche, Wisconsin
1953	Maryland		Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame
1952	Michigan State		Billy Vessels, Oklahoma
1951	Tennessee		Dick Kazmaier, Princeton
1950	Oklahoma		Vic Janowicz, Ohio State
1949	Notre Dame		Leon Hart, Notre Dame
1948	Michigan		Doak Walker, Southern Methodist
1947	Notre Dame		Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame
1946	Notre Dame		Glenn Davis, Army
1945	Army			Felix Blanchard, Army
1944	Army			Leslie Horvath, Ohio State
1943	Notre Dame		Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame
1942	Ohio State		Frank Sinkwich, Georgia
1941	Minnesota		Bruce Smith, Minnesota
1940	Minnesota		Tom Harmon, Michigan
1939	Texas A & M		Nile Kinnick, Iowa
1938	Texas Christian		Davey O'Brien, Texas Christian
1937	Pittsburgh		Clinton Frank, Yale
1936	Minnesota		Larry Kelley, Yale

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