NEW YORK – Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins finished third in the voting for this year's Heisman Trophy.
Kyler Murray won the award, marking the second straight year that an Oklahoma quarterback has won the award, while Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa finished second.
Haskins received 46 first-place votes, 111 second-place votes and 423 third-place votes.
|3||DWAYNE HASKINS||OHIO STATE||46||111||423||783|
|4||WILL GRIER||WEST VIRGINIA||4||17||80||126|
|5||GARDNER MINSHEW||WASHINGTON STATE||6||15||74||122|
|6||MCKENZIE MILTON||CENTRAL FLORIDA||4||4||19||39|
Murray finished first in voting in five out of six regions, with Tagovailoa beating him by a slight margin in the Southeast (375 to 356). Haskins finished third in all six regions, including the Midwest, where he received the most points (202) of any region.
Heisman Trophy voting breakdown by region and when votes were received. pic.twitter.com/aSLsIQlyc0— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) December 9, 2018
Haskins is Ohio State's highest-placed finisher in Heisman voting since Troy Smith won the award in 2006. He is just the third Ohio State quarterback to finish in the top three in voting, joining Smith and Rex Kern (1969).