Louisville’s Lamar Jackson answers questions during a news conference before he won the Heisman Trophy award Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, in New York. By percentage of possible points received, Jackson’s victory was the sixth largest in Heisman history, and he became the youngest winner at 19 years, 352 days.
Louisville’s Lamar Jackson answers questions during a news conference before he won the Heisman Trophy award Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, in New York. By percentage of possible points received, Jackson’s victory was the sixth largest in Heisman history, and he became the youngest winner at 19 years, 352 days. Julie Jacobson AP
Louisville’s Lamar Jackson answers questions during a news conference before he won the Heisman Trophy award Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, in New York. By percentage of possible points received, Jackson’s victory was the sixth largest in Heisman history, and he became the youngest winner at 19 years, 352 days. Julie Jacobson AP

Louisville’s Lamar Jackson wins Heisman Trophy; Watson second, OU’s Mayfield third

December 10, 2016 08:44 PM