It was one of the closest finishes in Heisman Trophy history as Oklahoma's Sam Bradford beat out Texas' Colt McCoy and Florida's Tim Tebow for the stiff-armed trophy. Bradford won by 122 points over McCoy, while Tebow received more first-place votes (309) than anyone, yet was denied earning a spot along side Archie Griffin as the only two-time winners in coming in third.
Bradford becomes the fifth Sooner to win the award and the first since Jason White won it in 2003, though White did follow it up by losing in the BCS title game. Bradford will get his chance to buck that piece of history when he takes on Tebow and the Gators on Jan. 8 in Miami.
SI.com's Stewart Mandel calls Bradford's close win fitting of a season of this tightly-contested season, but what are your thoughts on Bradford's Heisman win? Was he most deserving of earning a spot in college football's most exclusive fraternity?