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3 transfer QBs among 4 Heisman finalists

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NEW YORK (AP) Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts and Ohio State teammates quarterback Justin Fields and defensive end Chase Young will join LSU quarterback Joe Burrow as Heisman Trophy finalists.

The top vote-getters for college football's most famous player of the year award were announced Monday, and three of them were quarterbacks who transferred to their current schools.

Burrow is the clear front-runner to win the Heisman on Saturday night in New York after a record-breaking season, leading the Tigers (13-0) to the top seed in the College Football Playoff. He would be LSU's second Heisman winner and first since running back Billy Cannon in 1959. The 60-year gap between Heisman winners would be the longest for any school with multiple recipients.

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1 LSU (13-0)
2 Ohio State (13-0)
3 Clemson (13-0)
4 Oklahoma (12-1)
5 Georgia (11-2)
6 Florida (10-2)
7 Oregon (11-2)
8 Baylor (11-2)
9 Alabama (10-2)
9 Auburn (9-3)
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2 Ohio State (13-0)
3 Clemson (13-0)
4 Oklahoma (12-1)
5 Georgia (11-2)
6 Oregon (11-2)
7 Florida (10-2)
8 Baylor (11-2)
9 Alabama (10-2)
10 Utah (11-2)
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