2013 Heisman Trophy: Full Breakdown Of Heisman Trophy Voting

Jeff Zelevansky

Breaking down this year's 2013 Heisman Trophy voting.

Some interesting notes about this year's 2013 Heisman Trophy voting, which was won by Florida State's Jameis Winston in a landslide.

First, here is the breakdown of the 900 ballots.

Place Player School 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1 Jameis Winston Florida State 668 84 33 2,205
2 AJ McCarron Alabama 79 162 143 704
3 Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 40 149 140 558
4 Andre Williams Boston College 29 127 129 470
5 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 30 103 125 421
6 Tre Mason Auburn 31 121 69 404
7 Bryce Petty Baylor 4 40 35 127
8 Derek Carr Fresno State 6 23 43 107
9 Braxton Miller Ohio State 4 21 37 91
10 Ka'Deem Carey Arizona 2 14 36 70

-- Though it appeared a strange decision at the time, with just 300 points separating second from sixth, you can see why the Heisman Trust decided to send a record-tying six finalists to New York. You can't send JUST Winston to New York.

-- Despite finishing in fourth, Andre Williams actually received the fewest first-place votes of any of the six finalists though he did receive the third most second and third place votes. With such little separation between second and sixth, my gut tells me Tre Mason's strong SEC Championship Game performance combined with Williams leaving the Syracuse game with a separated shoulder was the difference between Williams finishing fourth and as high as second in the final vote.

-- Seven quarterbacks finished in the top 10 of voting, with Williams (4th), Tre Mason (6th) and Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey (10th) the only running backs to finish in the top 10.

-- The only two bowl games to feature two top 10 Heisman Trophy finalists are the BCS National Championship Game (Winston and Mason) and the AdvoCare V100 'Independence' Bowl (Williams and Carey).

And the regional breakdown:

Player School Northeast Mid-Atlantic South Southwest Midwest Far West
Jameis Winston Florida State 339 366 390 395 353 362
AJ McCarron Alabama 130 112 128 104 102 128
Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 88 80 69 93 116 112
Andre Williams Boston College 132 89 65 56 72 56
Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 56 63 93 105 50 54
Tre Mason Auburn 44 71 106 91 57 35

-- Winston won all six regions handily.

-- The only region where Williams did well was in Boston College's home Northeast region. That was the closest of any of the six regions with Winston garnering 339 points to Williams' 132.

-- Williams got crushed in the South (Tre Mason) and Southwest (Ka'Deem Carey), finishing last among the six finalists in both of those regions. Williams didn't finish particularly strong in his hometown Mid-Atlantic region either, finishing third behind Winston (366) and McCarron (112).

-- The Midwest vote went as follows: 1) Winston 2) Lynch 3) McCarron 4) Williams 5) Mason 6) Manziel. Lynch finishing second here wasn't surprising but McCarron garnering a lot of support in the region, to me, was.

-- The Far West is the only one of the six regions to vote the candidates in the order of finish. Again, McCarron and Lynch got a lot of love out West. Williams, competing with Washington's Bishop Sankey and Stanford's Tyler Gaffney, I suspect, didn't do so hot.

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