2006 Heisman Trophy Voting

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(Voting on 3-2-1 basis)

Players listed with name, school, first, second and third place votes and total points

Player, School1st2nd3rdTotalTroy Smith, Ohio State80162132540Darren McFadden, Arkansas45298147878Brady Quinn, Notre Dame1327691782Steve Slaton, West Virginia65194214Mike Hart, Michigan55879210Colt Brennan, Hawaii64496202Ray Rice, Rutgers1164479Ian Johnson, Boise State1134473Dwayne Jarrett, USC1112247Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech182443
Voting history: Widest margins

1968 -- 1750, O.J. Simpson, USC, over Leroy Keyes, Purdue, 2853-1103.

2006 -- 1662, Troy Smith, Ohio State, over Darren McFadden, Arkansas, 2540-878.

1993 -- 1622, Charlie Ward, Florida State, over Heath Shuler, Tennessee, 2310-688.

1991 -- 1574, Desmond Howard, Michigan, over Casey Weldon, Florida State, 2077-503.

1998 -- 1563, Ricky Williams, Texas, over Michael Bishop, Kansas State, 2355-792.

1986 -- 1541, Vinny Testaverde, Miami, over Paul Palmer, Temple, 2213-672.

1955 -- 1477, Hopalong Cassady, Ohio State, over Jim Swink, TCU 2219-742.

1963 -- 1356, Roger Staubach, Navy, over Billy Lothridge, Georgia Tech, 1960-504.

1951 -- 1353, Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, over Hank Lauricella, Tennessee, 1777-424.

1959 -- 1316, Billy Cannon, LSU, over Rich Lucas, Penn State, 1929-613.

1974 -- 1101, Archie Griffin, Ohio State, over Anthony Davis, USC, 1920-819.

1975 -- 1070, Archie Griffin, Ohio State, over Chuck Muncie, California, 1800-730.

1960 -- 1062, Joe Bellino, Navy, over Tom Brown, Minnesota, 1793-731.

1999 -- 1048, Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, over Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech, 2,042-994.

1976 -- 1011, Tony Dorsett, Pitt, over Ricky Bell, USC, 2357-1346.

NARROWEST MARGINS

1985 -- 45, Bo Jackson, Auburn, over Chuck Long, Iowa, 1509-1464.

1961 -- 53, Ernie Davis, Syracuse, over Bob Ferguson, Ohio State, 824-771.

1953 -- 56, John Lattner, Notre Dame, over Paul Giel, Minnesota, 1850-1794-x.

2001 -- 62, Eric Crouch, Nebraska, over Rex Grossman, Florida, 770-708.

1989 -- 70, Andre Ware, Houston, over Anthony Thompson, Indiana, 1073-1003.

1956 -- 72, Paul Hornung, Notre Dame, over John Majors, Tennessee, 1066-994-y.

1964 -- 74, John Huarte, Notre Dame, over Jerry Rhome, Tulsa, 1026-952.

2000 -- 76, Chris Weinke, Florida St., over Josh Heupel, Oklahoma, 1,628-1,552.

1978 -- 77, Billy Sims, Oklahoma, over Chuck Fusina, Penn State, 827-750.

1962 -- 89, Terry Baker, Oregon State, over Jerry Stovall, LSU, 707-618.

x-Jay Berwanger, Chicago, defeated Monk Meyer, Army, by 55 in 1935 but vote totals of 84-29 were considerably smaller.

y-Hornung's margin over third place finisher over Tom McDonald, Oklahoma, was 93 (1066-973), the slimmest margin between first-third place.


Most points

1968 -- O.J. Simpson, USC, 2,853.

2005 -- Reggie Bush, USC, 2,541.

2006 -- Troy Smith, Ohio State, 2,540.

1976 -- Tony Dorsett, Pitt, 2,357.

1998 -- Ricky Williams, Texas, 2,355

1993 -- Charlie Ward, Florida State, 2,310.

1984 -- Doug Flutie, Boston College, 2,240.

1970 -- Jim Plunkett, Stanford, 2,229.

1955 -- Hopalong Cassady, Ohio State, 2,219.

1986 -- Vinny Testaverde, Miami, 2,213.

1991 -- Desmond Howard, Michigan, 2,077.

1999 -- Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, 2,042.


Most first place votes

1968 -- O.J. Simpson, USC, 855.

2006 -- Troy Smith, Ohio State, 801.

2005 -- Reggie Bush, USC, 784.

1993 -- Charlie Ward, Florida State, 740.

1998 -- Ricky Williams, Texas, 714.

1976 -- Tony Dorsett, Pitt, 701.

1984 -- Doug Flutie, Boston College, 678.

1986 -- Vinny Testaverde, Miami, 678.

1991 -- Desmond Howard, Michigan, 640.

1955 -- Howard Cassady, Ohio State, 594.

1999 -- on Dayne, Wisconsin, 586.

1988 -- Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 559.

1982 -- Herschel Walker, Georgia, 525.

1959 -- Billy Cannon, LSU, 519.

1963 -- Roger Staubach, Navy, 517.

1970 -- Jim Plunkett, Stanford, 510.

1951 -- Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, 501.


Winners by schools

Penn State -- John Cappelletti, HB, 1973

Pitt -- Tony Dorsett, HB, 1976

Army (3) -- Glenn Davis, HB, 1946; Doc Blanchard, HB, 1945; Pete Dawkins, HB, 1958

Auburn (2) -- Bo Jackson, TB, 1985; Pat Sullivan, QB, 1971

Boston College -- Doug Flutie, QB, 1984

Brigham Young -- Ty Detmer, QB, 1990

Chicago -- Jay Berwanger, HB, 1935

Colorado -- Rashaan Salaam, RB, 1994

Florida (2) -- Steve Spurrier, QB, 1966; Danny Wuerffel, QB, 1996

Florida State (2) -- Chris Weinke, QB, 2000; Charlie Ward, QB, 1993

Georgia (2) -- Frank Sinkwich, HB, 1942; Herschel Walker, HB, 1982

Houston -- Andre Ware, QB, 1989

Iowa -- Nile Kinnick, HB, 1939

LSU -- Billy Cannon, HB, 1959

Miami (2) -- Gino Torretta, QB, 1992; Vinny Testaverde, QB, 1986

Michigan (3) -- Charles Woodson, CB, 1997; Desmond Howard, WR, 1991; Tom Harmon, HB, 1940

Minnesota -- Bruce Smith, HB, 1941

Navy (2) -- Roger Staubach, QB, 1963; Joe Bellino, HB, 1960

Nebraska (3) -- Eric Crouch, QB, 2001; Mike Rozier, TB, 1983; Johnny Rodgers, FL, 1972

Notre Dame (7) -- Tim Brown, WR, 1987; John Huarte, QB, 1964; Paul Hornung, QB, 1956; John Lattner, HB, 1953; Angelo Bertelli, QB, 1943; Leon Hart, E, 1949; John Lujack, QB, 1947

Ohio State (7) -- Troy Smith, QB, 2006; Eddie George, TB, 1995; Archie Griffin HB, 1975; Archie Griffin HB, 1974; Howard Cassady HB, 1955; Vic Janowicz HB, 1950; Les Horvath QB, 1944

Oklahoma (4) -- Jason White ,QB, 2003; Billy Sims, HB, 1978; Steve Owens, HB, 1969; Billy Vessels, HB, 1952

Oklahoma State -- Barry Sanders, RB, 1988

Oregon State -- Terry Baker, QB, 1962

Princeton--Dick Kazmaier, HB, 1951

South Carolina -- George Rogers, HB, 1980

SMU -- Doak Walker, HB, 1948

Stanford -- Jim Plunkett, QB, 1970

Syracuse -- Ernie Davis, HB, 1961

Texas (2) -- Earl Campbell, FB, 1977; Ricky Williams, RB, 1998

Texas A&M -- John David Crow, HB, 1957

TCU -- Davey O'Brien, QB, 1938

UCLA -- Gary Beban, QB, 1967

USC (7) -- Reggie Bush, TB, 2005; Matt Leinart, QB, 2004; Carson Palmer, QB, 2002; Marcus Allen, TB, 1981; Charles White, TB, 1979; O.J. Simpson, TB, 1968; Mike Garrett, TB, 1965

Wisconsin (2) -- Alan Ameche, FB, 1954; Ron Dayne, RB, 1999

Yale (2) -- Clint Frank, HB, 1937; Larry Kelley, E, 1936



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