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Heisman reunion: 5 winners suit up for Ravens-Titans matchup

The top prize for individual excellence in college football is the Heisman Trophy. For the first time in the Super Bowl era, five winners of that prestigious keepsake are expected to suit up in the same game, each in pursuit of the NFL’s most coveted team award – the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

AP Source: Oakland A’s make pitch for Kyler Murray

Representatives of the Oakland Athletics and Major League Baseball met Sunday with Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray, a day before the Oklahoma quarterback’s deadline to enter the NFL draft, a person with direct knowledge of the session said.

Washington State’s Gardner Minshew finishes fifth in Heisman Trophy voting

The fifth-year graduate transfer became the eighth player in WSU history to finish in the top-10 of the Heisman voting when the final numbers were released Saturday evening, shortly after Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray was announced as the recipient of college football’s top award.

Heisman Trophy: Stock soared for 1st-time starting QBs

Heisman Trophy finalists Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama, Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State were on Wall Street to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on a day the Dow closed down 558 points.

Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray’s 2-sport persistence pays off

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray was a first-round Major League Baseball draft pick this summer who easily could have dropped football altogether. Instead, he successfully replaced Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield and then some. He posted one of the best statistical seasons in college football history to become a Heisman finalist himself. He joins the likes of Bo Jackson and Charlie Ward as players who are highly accomplished in multiple sports.

Gardner Minshew misses out on chance to become second Washington State Heisman finalist

Despite turning heads in his first and only season as the Cougars’ quarterback, Gardner Minshew missed out an opportunity to become the school’s second Heisman Trophy finalist – and first since Ryan Leaf in 1997 – when the top award in college football whittled its list down to three players Monday evening on ESPN’s NFL Countdown Show.

Tua Tagovailoa produces everything but singular Heisman moment

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has really had that one Heisman moment this season. He was hurt and not quite himself in the Southeastern Conference championship game. The quarterback was sidelined with a high ankle sprain for the climactic minutes of the top-ranked Crimson Tide’s comeback, 35-28 win over No. 5 Georgia. His teammates say Tagovailoa hasn’t needed a so-called Heisman moment to show he’s “the best player in the country.”

QB Lamar Jackson will leave Louisville for NFL Draft

Lamar Jackson announced on Twitter that he’ll leave Louisville to enter the NFL Draft, one season after becoming the youngest Heisman Trophy winner. The Cardinals junior quarterback says he talked with family before making the decision. It was somewhat expected after improving on his 2016 Heisman-winning numbers as a sophomore.