One of the great Heisman traditions over the years is the many ways in which the various winners have done their part to help others, whether it be through philanthropic efforts or by serving as inspirations to communities in need.
John Lattner, the 1953 winner from Notre Dame, is a great example of that tradition — and what he’s doing is unique. His contribution involves making use of his trophy…literally. The 82-year-old Lattner raise money for charity by renting out his Heisman to whoever wants it.
Check out the video below from the Washington Post to see how he’s put his trophy to work: