|Jim Plunkett: Every Underdog Has His Day
Heisman Trophy Winner Jim Plunkett's background gave him
every excuse for failureâ€”he refused to take any.
|Les Horvath: 1944 Heisman Trophy Winner
Les Horvath's football debut was hardly the most auspicious
|Glenn Davis: "The Real Touchdown Twin"
Despite being dubbed the "Touchdown Twins," Army's Glenn
Davis and Doc Blanchard were not identical physical specimens.
Doc Blanchard, at 6â€™0â€� and 205 pounds, was by far the
bigger of the two football legends. The 5â€™9â€�, 170 pound
Davis, however, may have been the better natural athlete.
|Steve Owens: 1969 Heisman Trophy Winner
If anyone was born to play Oklahoma football it was 1969
Heisman winner Steve Owens.
|Doc Blanchard: The Army War Machine
Dr. Felix Anthony Blanchard, Sr. bestowed three things to his
son, 1945 Heisman Trophy winner, "Doc" Blanchard.