Found November 21, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Heisman Trophy is awarded annually to "the most outstanding player in collegiate football."  The trophy has been won by hallowed names from the college gridiron since the first one was awarded to Chicago halfback Jay Berwanger in 1935.  Chills are sent up any college football fan's spine when you mention the names of Davey O'Brien, Doak Walker, Roger Staubach, and Gino Torretta.  Wait a minute.  One of those does not belong.  Here are the top five worst Heisman winners of all time, players who somehow snuck into the elite fraternity of college football greats. 5. Gary Beban, UCLA QB, 1967Eight touchdown passes and eight interceptions on the year for Bruins quarterback Gary Beban.  There is your Heisman winner in 1967.  OK, I'm leaving out some facts here.  He did pass for 1,359 yards that year and score eleven touchdowns on the ground.  In the biggest game of the year at the end of the year, #1 UCLA vs #4 USC, with the national championship in the balance, ...
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