Trevor Lawrence wins Archie Griffin Award
|2019-01-15 18:07:22.0- -||
The accolades keep rolling in for freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
The Touchdown Club of Columbus announced that Lawrence was named the Archie Griffin Award winner which is presented to College Football's most valuable player following the end of bowl season.
Lawrence led the Tigers to a National Championship and completed 259 passes out of 397 for 3,280 yards and 30 passing touchdowns.
The award will be presented at the 64th Touchdown Club of Columbus Awards on Saturday, Feb. 9 in Columbus, Ohio.
Here are the past winners of the award:
2018: TREVOR LAWRENCE, Clemson
2017: MCKENZIE MILTON, UCF
2016: SAM DARNOLD, USC
2015: DESHAUN WATSON, Clemson
2014: EZEKIEL ELLIOTT, Ohio State
2013: JAMEIS WINSTON, Florida State
2012: JOHNNY MANZIEL, Texas A&M
2011: MONTEE BALL, Wisconsin
2010: ANDREW LUCK, Stanford
2009: TOBY GERHART, Stanford
2008: COLT McCOY, Texas
2007: PAT WHITE, West Virginia
2006: TROY SMITH, Ohio State
2005: VINCE YOUNG, Texas
2004: MATT LEINART, USC
2003: MATT LEINART, USC
2002: KEN DORSEY, Miami
2001: KEN DORSEY, Miami
2000: JOSH HEUPEL, Oklahoma
1999: MICHAEL VICK, Virginia Tech
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