After the games are over and all the spectators are gone, one of the best teams in the country goes to work in The Horseshoe.
Tonight, college football’s most elite club will welcome a new member when the winner of the 2013 Heisman Trophy is named. On December 9, 1935, the University of Chicago’s Jay Berwanger was awarded the first Heisman Trophy. In the 78 years that followed, only one man won the award twice: Ohio State running back Archie Griffin. Griffin followed a stellar college career with seven years in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals. However, according to Griffin, winning two Heismans and rushing for more than 2,800 yards in the NFL aren’t his greatest accomplishments. Griffin founded the Archie Griffin Scholarship Fund