Jameis Winston put together arguably one of the best freshman seasons in college football history, one that deserves a ranking among the best individual efforts of all time.
The Florida State quarterback was more than worthy of winning the Heisman Trophy and backed up that award with a thrilling comeback effort in the Seminoles win over Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game.
But this is America, land of the What Have You Done For Me Lately? And with Winston stuck in college for at least one more year before he's eligible to turn pro, it begs the question:
How will he top this in 2014?
It's been a mixed bag of results for reigning Heisman winners since Archie Griffin became the first and only two-time winner in 1974-75. Johnny Manziel's numbers went up, while Tim Tebow's dropped. Others, like Mark Ingram and Sam Bradford, had injury-plagued seasons.
While Heisman voting is a subjective endeavor, statistics aren't. With that in mind, check out the over/under lines we've set on Winston's numbers during his trophy defense.