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Heisman Trophy Vote for College Football's 2000–2001 Season

Player of the Year

Chris Weinke, FSU Heisman
Josh Heupel, Oklahoma AP, Camp
Drew Brees, Purdue Maxwell

Position Players of the Year

O'Brien Award (Quarterback) Chris Weinke, FSU
Walker Award (Running Back) LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU
Biletnikoff Award (Receiver) Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh
Groza Award (Kicker) Jonathan Ruffin, Cincinnati
Outland Trophy (Interior Lineman) John Henderson, Tennessee
Lombardi Award (Lineman) Jamal Reynolds, FSU
Butkus Award (Linebacker) Dan Morgan, Miami-FL
Thorpe Award (Defensive Back) Jamar Fletcher, Wisconsin
Nagurski Award (Defensive Player) Dan Morgan, Miami-FL
Payton Award (IAA Player of the Year) Louis Ivory, Furman
Hill Trophy (Div. II Player of the Year) Dusty Bonner, Valdosta St.
Melberger Award (Div. III Player of the Year) R.J. Bowers, Grove City (PA)

Coach of the Year

Bob Stoops, Oklahoma AFCA, AP, Camp, Dodd, FWAA

Presented since 1935 by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City and named after former college coach and DAC athletic director John W. Heisman. Voting done by national media and former Heisman winners. Each ballot allows for three names (points based on 3 for 1st, 2 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd).

Top 10 Vote-Getters

  Pos 1st 2nd 3rd Pts
Chris Weinke, Florida St. QB 369 216 89 1628
Josh Heupel, Oklahoma QB 286 290 114 1552
Drew Brees, Purdue QB 69 107 198 619
LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU RB 47 110 205 566
Damien Anderson, Northwestern RB 6 20 43 101
Michael Vick, Va. Tech QB 7 14 34 83
Santana Moss, Miami-FL WR 3 9 28 55
Marques Tuiasosopo, Washington QB 5 8 10 41
Ken Simonton, Oregon St. RB 1 5 12 25
Rudi Johnson, Auburn RB 3 1 9 20

 

Single Game Highs 2000–2001 Season Consensus All-America Team