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Heisman has been on Jackson's mind since he was a freshman (1:16)

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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.

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Jackson vows Heisman won't change who he is (0:16)
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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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Jackson: This one is for the fans (2:12)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

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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Lamar Jackson wins Heisman Trophy (6:20)

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."

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Who will win the 2017 Heisman?

Congrats to 2016 Heisman winner Lamar Jackson. But it's not too early to look forward, is it? Here are the top three candidates to take home college football's prized bronze trophy in 2017.

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Jackson's Heisman season one for the ages (0:35)
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James Conner's remarkable junior season (1:48)

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If Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson wins the Heisman Trophy, he will be the youngest winner in the history of the trophy. Jackson is 19 years, 337 days old today, five days younger than Jameis Winston of Florida State was at the time of his win in 2013.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Deshaun Watson isn't wearing the red suit tonight (as he did last year) but his tie is still representing Gainesville High's red and black.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is a close-up of Lamar Jackson's shoes, which a cousin picked up for him at the mall. The reason Jackson chose them is because they represent the only thing you can see through his helmet -- his eyes. There's a matching belt, too.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Heisman Trophy finalists Dede Westbrook, Deshaun Watson, Jabrill Peppers, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson attended a pre-ceremony press conference and the talk was Jackson's red jacket. Somebody asked where he got it. Peppers said, "I asked him the same thing." Jackson said he had help picking it out.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson was asked what it's like to be a Heisman Trophy finalist, sitting at the ceremony just before the winner is announced. "Just have a smile and enjoy the moment. There's thousands of athletes who would want to be in this seat. It's a blessing and an opportunity to be recognized as a finalist. Just soak in the moment."

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UNLV committed 12 turnovers in the first 14 minutes after entering with an average of 13.0 turnovers for an entire game.

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Deshaun Watson aired it out

Watson threw for 3,914 yards this season, which led the ACC and was sixth in the FBS. Clemson's junior QB is a Heisman candidate for the second consecutive year. The trophy presentation will air on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET.

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Jackson scored TDs at historic pace

Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson was responsible for an ACC-record 51 total TDs this season (30 passing, 21 rushing), It's a huge reason why he's a finalist for the 82nd Heisman Trophy. (8 p.m. ET on ESPN)

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Canes will be motivated in Orlando

After Mark Richt's successful 8-4 debut with a young Miami team, enthusiasm around the program is high. West Virginia, on the other hand, had once hoped for more in the postseason. Bowl betting guide (Insider)