Pac-12 Heisman Trophy Winners

The Conference of Champions has won the Heisman 12 times from 1962 to 2014

Year Player School Position
2014 Marcus Mariota Oregon Quarterback
2005 Reggie Bush USC Running Back
2004 Matt Leinart USC Quarterback
2002 Carson Palmer USC Quarterback
1994 Rashaan Salaam Colorado* Running Back
1981 Marcus Allen USC Running Back
1979 Charles White USC Running Back
1970 Jim Plunkett Stanford Quarterback
1968 O.J. Simpson USC Running Back
1967 Gary Beban UCLA Quarterback
1965 Mike Garrett USC Running Back
1962 Terry Baker Oregon State Quarterback
*Colorado a member of Big-12 at time.

Breakdown by Program

Program Winners Year(s)
USC 7 2005, 04, 02, 81, 79, 68, 65
Colorado 1 1994
Oregon 1 2014
Oregon State 1 1962
Stanford 1 1970
UCLA 1 1967

 

Pac-12 Heisman Trophy Winner Milestones

  • O.J. Simpson received the most first-place votes in Hesiman history with 855 in 1968; Marcus Mariota had the third-most with 788 in 2014
  • Mariota received 90.92% of the possible points available in 2014 (2,534), the second-highest percentage ever.
  • Mariota was named on more Heisman ballots than any winner before or since, with 884.
  • Simpson’s margin of victory over the second-place candidate (1,750 votes) remains the largest ever.

 

All-Time Non-Winning Top 10 Pac-12 Vote-Getters with Place

Year Player Program Place Votes
2018 Gardner Minshew Washington State 5 74
2017 Bryce Love Stanford 2 1,300
2016 Jake Browning Washington 6 182
2015 Christian McCaffrey Stanford 2 1,539
2014 Scooby Wright Arizona 9 21
2013 Ka’Deem Carey Arizona 10 70
2012 Marquise Lee USC 4 84
2011 Andrew Luck Stanford 2 1,407
2011 Matt Barkley USC 6 53
2011 LeMichael James Oregon 10 48
2010 Andrew Luck Stanford 2 1,079
2010 LeMichael James Oregon 3 916
2010 Owen Marcic Stanford 10 16
2009 Toby Gerhart Stanford 2 1,276
2008 Ray Maualuga USC 9 9
2007 Dennis Dixon Oregon 5 65
2006 Dwayne Jarrett USC 9 47
2005 Matt Leinart USC 3 797
2004 Alex Smith Utah 4 636
2004 Reggie Bush USC 5 597
2004 J.J. Arrington California 8 115
2004 Aaron Rodgers California 9 67
2003 Matt Leinart USC 6 127
2003 Mike Williams USC 8 78
2002 Jason Gesser Washington State 7 74
2002 Chris Brown Colorado 8 48
2001 Joey Harrington Oregon 4 364
2000 Marques Tuiasosopo Washington 8 41
2000 Ken Simton Oregon State 9 25
1998 Cade McNown UCLA 3 696
1997 Ryan Leaf Washington State 3 241
1997 Cade McNown UCLA 8 26
1996 Jake Plummer Arizona State 3 685
1995 Keyshawn Johnson USC 7 59
1994 Napoleon Kaufman Washington 9 27
1993 J.J. Stokes UCLA 7 131
1992 Drew Bledsoe Washington State 8 48
1992 Glyn Milburn Stanford 9 47
1991 Steve Emtman Washington 4 357
1990 Eric Bieniemy Colorado 3 798
1990 Greg Lewis Washington 7 41
1989 Darian Hagan Colorado 5 292
1988 Rodney Peete USC 2 912
1988 Troy Aikman UCLA 3 582
1988 Timm Rosenbach Washington State 7 44
1987 Gaston Green UCLA 8 35
1984 Rueben Mayes Washington State 10 32
1982 John Elway Stanford 2 1,231
1982 Tom Ramsey UCLA 7 65
1980 Darrin Nelson Stanford 6 48
1979 Kenny Easley UCLA 9 44
1978 Paul McDonald USC 6 92
1977 Charles White USC 4 354
1977 Jerry Robinson UCLA 10 70
1976 Ricky Bell USC 2 1,346
1976 Jef Dankworth UCLA 10 31
1975 Chuck Muncie California 2 730
1975 Ricky Bel USC 3 708
1975 John Sciarra UCLA 7 86
1974 Anthony Davis USC 2 819
1974 Steve Bartkowski California 10 64
1973 Woody Green Arizona State 8 247
1973 Danny White Arizona State 9 166
1973 Kermit Johnson UCLA 10 122
1969 Jim Plunkett Stanford 8 120
1967 O.J. Simpson USC 2 1,722
1966 Gary Beban UCLA 4 318
1964 Craig Morton California 7 181
1961 Joe Romig Colorado 6 34
1960 Billy Kilmer UCLA 5 280
1958 Joe Kapp California 5 227
1957 Lee Grosscup Utah 10 147
1956 John Brodie Stanford 7 281
1954 Paul Larson California 5 271
1954 Jack Ellena UCLA 7 193
1954 George Shaw Oregon 8 182
1953 Paul Cameron UCLA 3 444
1953 Bob Garrett Stanford 5 231
1952 Donn Moomaw UCLA 4 257
1952 Paul Cameron UCLA 6 218
1952 Jim Sears USC 7 173
1951 Bill McColl Stanford 4 313
1951 Hugh McElhenny Washington 8 103
1948 Jackie Jensen California 4 143
1948 Norm Van Brocklin Oregon 6 83
1946 Burr Baldwin UCLA 7 49
1941 Frankie Albert Stanford 3 336
1940 Frankie Albert Stanford 4 90
1938 Vic Bottari California 5 67
1937 Byron White Colorado 2 264



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