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YearPlayers
2013Brett Hundley, Jordan Zumwalt, Ken Clark, Ka'imi Fairbairn, UCLA
2012Rod Sweeting, Jay Finch, Jamal Golden, Georgia Tech
2011John White, DeVonte Christopher, Star Lotolelei, Utah
2010Michael Floyd, David Ruffer, Zack Martin, Notre Dame
2009Ryan Broyles and Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
2008Victor Butler and Johnny Hekker, Oregon State; Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh
2007Jonathan Stewart, Matt Evensen and Fenuki Tupou, Oregon
2006Matt Moore, Oregon State; Xzavie Jackson and Jeff Wolfert, Missouri
2005Chris Markey, Khalil Bell, Brandon Breazell, UCLA;
Kevin Mims, Northwestern
2004Sam Keller and Jimmy Verdon, Arizona State; Brandon Villarreal, Purdue
2003Samie Parker, Jared Siegel and Junior Siavaii, Oregon
2002Kyle Orton, Anthony Chambers, Shaun Phillips, Purdue
2001Lamont Thompson, Drew Dunning, Washington State; Akin Ayodele, Purdue
2000Freddie Mitchell, Oscar Cabrera, UCLA; Michael Bennett, Wisconsin
1999Billy Cockerham, Dyron Russ and Ryan Rindels, Minnesota
1998Basil Mitchell and London Dunlap, TCU; Adam Abrams, USC
1997Mike Martin and Jeremy Staat, Arizona State
1996Troy Walters, Kailee Wong and Chad Hutchinson, Stanford
1995Sedrick Shaw, Jared DeVries and Brion Hurley, Iowa
1994Priest Holmes, Blake Brockermeyer, Texas; Marcus Wall, North Carolina
1993Jerald Moore, Oklahoma; Shawn Jackson, Texas Tech
1992Melvin Bonner, Baylor; Rob Waldrop, Arizona
1991Arnold Ale, UCLA; Jimmy Rogers, Jr., Illinois
1990Courtney Hawkins, Michigan State; Craig Hartsuyker, USC
1989Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh; Anthony Williams, Texas A&M
1988David Smith and Derrick Thomas, Alabama
1987Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State; Darnell Warren, West Virginia
1986Cornelius Bennett, Alabama; Steve Alvord, Washington
1985Max Zendejas, Arizona; Peter Anderson, Georgia
1984Rick Badanjek, Maryland; Carl Zander, Tennessee
1983Walter Lewis and Wes Neighbors, Alabama
1982Ethan Horton, North Carolina; Ronnie Mullins, Texas
1981Darrell Shepard and Rick Bryan, Oklahoma
1980Jeff Quinn and Jimmy Williams, Nebraska
1979Paul Skansi and Doug Martin, Washington
1978Ham Jones and Dwight Jefferson, Texas
1977Charles Alexander, LSU; Gordy Ceresino, Stanford
1977Tony Franklin and Edgar Fields, Texas A&M
1975Robert Haygood and Al Romano, Pittsburgh
1974Terry Vitrano and Jimmy Webb, Mississippi State
1973Ray Bybee and John Kelsey, Missouri
1972George Smith and Ecomet Burley, Texas Tech
1971Bert Jones, LSU; Matt Blair, Iowa State
1970Rock Perdoni and Bill Flowers, Georgia Tech
1969Paul Rogers and Jerry Murtaugh, Nebraska
1968Buddy McClintock and David Campbell, Auburn
1967Billy Stevens and Fred Carr, Texas-El Paso
1966Jim Kiick and Jerry Durling, Wyoming
1965Billy Stevens, Texas-El Paso; Ronny Nixon, TCU
1964Preston Ridlehuber and Jim Wilson, Georgia
1963Bob Berry, Oregon; John Hughes, SMU
1962Jerry Logan, West Texas A&M; Don Hoovler, Ohio University
1961Billy Joe and Richie Ross, Villanova
1960Charley Johnson, New Mexico State
1959Charley Johnson, New Mexico State
1958Leonard Kucewski, Wyoming
1958None awarded for Louisville/Drake game
1957Claude Austin, George Washington
1956Jim Crawford, Wyoming
1955Jesse Whittenton, Texas-El Paso
1954Dick Shinaut, Texas-El Paso
1953Tom McCormick, Pacific
1952Junior Arteburn, Texas Tech
1951Bill Cross, West Texas A&M
1950Harvey Gabriel, Texas-El Paso
 
NOTE: Prior to 1950 no MVP awards were given.
 

As of December 31, 2013, at 06:20 PM ET

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