|Jim Plunkett: Every Underdog Has His Day
Heisman Trophy Winner Jim Plunkett's background gave him
every excuse for failure--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 6'0" and 205
pounds, was by far the bigger of the two football
legends. The 5'9", 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.