Lamar Jackson was trying to remember the last time he cried. He was pretty sure it involved losing a little league football game.
On Saturday night, Louisville's spectacular sophomore quarterback found out winning can get a guy choked up, too.
Jackson became the first Louisville player to win the Heisman Trophy, beating out preseason favorite Deshaun Watson of Clemson despite some late-season struggles.
Watson, who finished third last season, was a distant second. Baker Mayfield finished third and Oklahoma teammate and fellow finalist Dede Westbrook was fourth. Michigan's Jabrill Peppers was fifth.
Jackson, wearing a red velvet blazer with shiny black lapels...