Archie Griffin Award

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Archie Griffin Award
Awarded for college football's Most Valuable Player for the entire season
Location Columbus, Ohio
Country United States
Presented by Touchdown Club of Columbus
First awarded 1999
Currently held by Jameis Winston
Official website http://www.tdccolumbus.com/

The Archie Griffin Award, named after the only two-time Heisman Trophy winner in history Archie Griffin, was first presented to Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Vick in 1999. The specially designed ring is one of the few college football awards presented after all bowl games are completed and signifies college football's Most Valuable Player for the entire season. The most recent recipient is Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston. The award is given by the Touchdown Club of Columbus.

Previous winners[edit]

Year Winner School
1999 Michael Vick Virginia Tech
2000 Josh Heupel Oklahoma
2001 Ken Dorsey Miami (FL)
2002 Ken Dorsey Miami (FL)
2003 Matt Leinart USC
2004 Matt Leinart USC
2005 Vince Young Texas
2006 Troy Smith Ohio State
2007 Pat White West Virginia
2008 Colt McCoy Texas
2009 Toby Gerhart Stanford
2010 Andrew Luck Stanford
2011 Montee Ball Wisconsin
2012 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M
2013 Jameis Winston Florida State

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