Lamar Jackson, quarterback for the Louisville University Cardinals earned the 82nd Heisman Trophy Award Saturday night in New York City. Jackson completed 58 percent of his passes for 3,390 yards and 30 TD’s with just nine interceptions. He ran the ball for over 15-hundred yards and scored 21 times.
Jackson, a Sophomore, is the third player in history with 30 passing and 20 rushing TD’s. The other two players Cam Newton and Tim Tebow also won the Heisman. Louisville and Jackson play in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando New Year’s eve day against #20 L-S-U. Clemson’s Q-B DeShawn Jackson finished 2nd in the balloting with Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield third.