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UPI College Football Player of the Year

UPI Player of the year
Awarded for the college football lineman of the year
Country United States
Presented by United Press International
First awarded 1950
Last awarded 1991

The

  1. ^ Los Angeles Times, December 12, 1962.
  2. ^ Deseret News, December 18, 1990
  3. ^ Deseret News, December 18, 1991

References


1950Vic Janowicz, Ohio State
1951Dick Kazmaier, Princeton
1952Billy Vessels, Ohlahoma
1953Paul Giel, Minnesota
1954Alan Ameche, Wisconsin
1955Howard Cassady, Ohio State
1956Johnny Majors, Tennessee
1957John David Crow, Texas A&M
1958Billy Cannon, LSU
1959—Billy Cannon, LSU
1960Joe Bellino, Navy
1961Bob Ferguson, Ohio State
1962Terry Baker, Oregon State
1963Roger Staubach, Navy
1964John Huarte, Notre Dame
1965Mike Garrett, USC
1966Steve Spurrier, Florida
1967O. J. Simpson, USC
1968—O. J. Simpson, USC
1969Steve Owens, Oklahoma
1970Jim Plunkett, Stanford
1971Ed Marinaro, Cornell
1972Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska
1973John Cappelletti, Penn State
1974Archie Griffin, Ohio State
1975—Archie Griffin, Ohio State
1976Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh
1977Earl Campbell, Texas
1978Billy Sims, Oklahoma
1979Charles White, USC
1980Hugh Green, Pittsburgh
1981Marcus Allen, USC
1982Herschel Walker, Georgia
1983Mike Rozier, Nebraska
1984Doug Flutie, Boston College
1985Bo Jackson, Auburn
1986Vinny Testaverde, Miami (Fla.)
1987Tim Brown, Notre Dame
1988Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State
1989Andre Ware, Houston
1990Ty Detmer, BYU
1991Desmond Howard, Michigan
Source: United Press International

Yearly winners

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