Baker Mayfield Tops Bryce Love, Wins 2017 AP College Football Player of the Year
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  • Baker Mayfield Tops Bryce Love, Wins 2017 AP College Football Player of the Year

    The Associated Press named Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield the AP College Football Player of the Year on Thursday.

    Mayfield earned 51 of a possible 56 first-place votes with Stanford running back Bryce Love finishing second, Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson placing third and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley coming in fourth.

    Mayfield was named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy along with Love and Jackson, and he is a 1-150 (minus-15,000) favorite to win the award,...


  • Baker Mayfield, Bryce Love Headline 2017 AP All-America Team

    Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and Stanford running back Bryce Love, the top two vote-getters in the Heisman Trophy race, spearhead the list of the Associated Press first-team All America selections announced Monday.

    The Sooners had the most selections among all schools, as tackle offensive tackle Orlando Brown and tight end Mark Andrews joined Mayfield. 

    Here is a look at how every team panned out:

    First Team

    Offense

    Quarterback — Baker Mayfield, senior, Oklahoma

    Running backs — Bryce...


  • Baker Mayfield wins Heisman Trophy; Stanford’s Bryce Love 2nd

    NEW YORK - Baker Mayfield took a unique road to the Heisman Trophy, a long and winding climb from walk-on to one of the most accomplished players to ever play college football.

    The brash, flag-planting Oklahoma quarterback became the sixth Sooner to the win Heisman on Saturday night in one of the most lopsided votes in the 83-year history of the award.

    Stanford running back Bryce Love was the runner-up, making it five second-place finishes for the Cardinal...