Cam Newton: Wins Heisman Trophy, Who Came In Second?
Cam Newton locked up the most prestigious award in college football on Saturday night, when he was won the Heisman trophy.
"This whole thing right now is just beyond me. I feel like I'm in a dream, and I haven't just woke up yet," Newton said after winning the award. "It hasn't even come onto me just what I have accomplished. It's a great award, a prestigious award. I'm just a blessed individual to have an opportunity to even be here standing in front of you."
According to the Birmingham News, Newton led the balloting in all six regions and came in first 93 percent of ballots received. Newton received 729 first-place votes and outpointed runner-up Andrew Luck of Stanford by 1,184 points.
Oregon's running back LaMichael James came in third, while quarterback Kellen Moore of the Boise State Broncos came in last.
Newton became the third Auburn player to win the award, and he has helped the Tigers to a 13-0, earning a spot in the BCS national championship game in January.
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