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2013 – 79th Award
Jameis Winston
Florida State University

At 19 years old, Jameis Winston became the youngest player to ever win the Heisman Trophy and the third Florida State Seminole, after Charlie Ward (’93) and Chris Weinke (’00). As a redshirted freshman – only the second to ever win the Trophy after Manziel (’12) – the quarterback led his team to an undefeated season and to the 2014 BCS National Championship Game. Winston had an impressive 3,820 passing yards and 38 passing touchdowns during the regular season and upon surpassing Weinke’s 33 touchdown passes, Winston set the new FSU single-season touchdown pass record at 38. Winston won the 79th Heisman Trophy by the seventh-largest margin of victory in the history of the award.

Total Votes

Player

School

1st

2nd

3rd

Total Points

1. Jameis WinstonFlorida State 668 84 33 2205
2. AJ McCarronAlabama 79 162 143 704
3. Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 40 149 140 558
4. Andre Williams Boston College 29 127 129 470
5. Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 30 103 125 421
6. Tre Mason Auburn 31 121 69 404
7. Bryce Petty Baylor 4 40 35 127
8. Derek Carr Fresno State 6 23 43 107
9. Braxton Miller Ohio State4 21 37 91
10. Ka'Deem Carey Arizona 2 14 36 70

The number of points by region and position within each are as follows for the top five candidates:

Name

Northeast

Mid-Atlantic

South

Southwest

Midwest

Far West

 Pts.Pos.Pts.Pos.Pts.Pos.Pts.Pos.Pts.Pos.Pts.Pos.
1. Jameis Winston339 1 336 1 390 1 395 1 353 1 362 1
2. AJ McCarron130 3 112 2 128 2 104 3 102 3 128 2
3. Jordan Lynch 88 4 80 4 69 5 93 4 116 2 112 3
4. Andre Williams 132 2 89 3 65 6 56 6 72 4 56 4
5. Johnny Manziel 56 5 63 6 93 4 105 2 50 6 54 5
6. Tre Mason 44 6 71 5 106 3 91 5 57 5 35 8

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