Coleman finishes 7th in Heisman voting

Indiana running back Tevin Coleman finished seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting, picking up 44 votes and two first-place nods.

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota won the award with a total of 2,534 votes (788 first-place votes), Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon was second with 1,250 votes (37 first-place votes) and Alabama receiver Amari Cooper was third with 1,023 votes (49 first-place votes). TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin (218 votes), Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett (78 votes) and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston (51) votes also finished ahead of Coleman.

According to ESPN, Mariota received the second-highest percentage of possible points in award history with 90.92. Ohio State’s Troy Smith has 91.63 in 2006.