November 26 Categories: History, Sports

O. J. Simpson became USC’s second Heisman Trophy winner in 1968 when he captured the award by the most one-sided margin in history.

During the regular 1968 season, O.J. established an NCAA record for yards rushing –1,709–in a single season (since bettered). A two-time unanimous All- American, he equaled or bettered 19 NCAA, conference and USC records.

Simpson also held the NFL single season rushing record of 2,003 yards set in 1973 and finished his 11- year pro career as the second leading NFL career rusher behind Jim Brown.

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