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Incredible year of Lamar Jackson ends with Heisman

Be honest: Did you know the name Lamar Jackson at the start of the 2016 season? Probably not, but the Louisville QB put together an unforgettable season that landed him a Heisman.

Jackson: This one is for the fans (2:12)
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NDSU ices the game with 67-yard touchdown (0:50)
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Historic Heisman was pinnacle for Davis

In 1961, Ernie Davis became the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy. Davis never played in the NFL, though, thanks to leukemia that took his life less than two years later.

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Spreads for every CFB bowl game

Looking to bet on any college football bowls this holiday season? Whether it's the Belk Bowl, Cure Bowl or Sugar Bowl, all of the lines are here for your perusal.


Champ. Drive: Applewhite Hired, Heisman Race For 2nd?

Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg discuss the ramifications of Houston hiring Major Applewhite, debate if it's a race for 2nd place with the Heisman Trophy & more. Plus they chat with '95 Heisman winner Eddie George as well as Steve Walsh and Tony Rice about "Catholics vs. Convicts."

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FPI breaks down bowl season

Who does FPI have as the biggest favorite out of the 40 bowls this season? Check out its projections for every bowl game.

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Congrats Lamar Jackson, youngest Heisman winner. A raw and real speech. Love the stories about strong moms by various finalists.

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At 19 years, 337 days, Lamar Jackson is the youngest Heisman Trophy winner. He's the 4th sophomore to win the award, the first from the ACC.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson says he hasn't thought about how winning the Heisman will change his life.


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Louisville coach Bobby Petrino and quarterback Lamar Jackson pose with the Heisman Trophy after Jackson became the first player in school history to win the award.

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2016 Heisman Trophy votes: Lamar Jackson: 2,144 points Deshaun Watson: 1,524 Baker Mayfield: 361 Dede Westbrook: 209 Jabrill Peppers: 208

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington quarterback Jake Browning finished in sixth place in the Heisman Trophy voting. He received three first-place votes.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Deshaun Watson finished second in the Heisman voting. He's the first finalist to improve his total the following year since Andrew Luck in 2011. The gap between Watson at No. 2 and Baker Mayfield at No.3 was the largest in 70 years.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson looked like an old pro en route to the Heisman this year, but he's actually the youngest winner in the trophy's history, five days younger than 2013 winner Jameis Winston.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson became the third FBS player with 30 pass TD & 30 rush TD in a season, and tonight he followed in the footsteps of the previous two -- Cam Newton and Tim Tebow -- by winning the Heisman Trophy.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Bobby Petrino brought Lamar Jackson to ACC media days this year to get him used to media attention. Jackson said he loved his freshman year but was terrified to do interviews. Now he's giving a speech on the Heisman stage.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson becomes the first Heisman winner in Louisville history. Gets a big hug and short speech from Johnny Manziel on the stage. "This is crazy for me right now," Jackson said. "I'm shaking right now having to give a speech."