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Joe Burrow Wins The 2019 Heisman Trophy

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Joe Burrow has won the 2019 Heisman Memorial Trophy.

The margin of victory was not even close, as Joe garnered 841 of 891 possible 1st place votes.

Joe’s win was a landslide of record breaking proportions. He set new records for Highest percentage of 1st place votes (90.7), Largest margin of victory (1,846 points), Highest percentage of possible votes (93.8), and Highest percentage of ballots received (95.5).

Joe Is the 2nd LSU player to win the Heisman, following the legendary Billy Cannon in 1959.

Joe Burrow is the third consecutive transfer player and the first graduate transfer to win the award. He is also the first player to win the Heisman wearing the No. 9. Joe Burrow is also LSU’s most decorated individual football player, his Heisman, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, AP National Player of the Year, Walter Camp, Davey O’Brien, and Maxwell Awards surpassing the haul of LSU legend Glenn Dorsey in 2007 (Lombardi, Lott, Bronko Nagurski, and Outland awards).