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Heisman Trophy ceremony 2023: Jayden Daniels leads finalists, live stream, watch online, TV channel

Heisman Trophy ceremony 2023: Jayden Daniels leads finalists, live stream, watch online, TV channel

The most prestigious individual award in college football will be handed out during the 2023 Heisman Trophy ceremony. Four finalists all turned in spectacular seasons to earn invitations to this year’s event. LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels, Oregon quarterback Bo Nix, Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr. and Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. will all take center stage at the Lincoln Center in New York City Saturday night. 

Daniels is the consensus favorite, riding the wave of a monster season as a runner and passer. If he wins, it would be the fourth time since 2007 a Heisman winner came from a team with three regular-season losses. 

Penix captured the Maxwell Award Friday night, given annually to the best player in college football. He is the lone finalist participating in the College Football Playoff. Penix led the No. 2 Huskies to a 13-0 record and a Pac-12 title win over Oregon.

Six of the last seven Heisman winners have been quarterbacks, including USC quarterback Caleb Williams, who took home the award in 2022. The 2023 Heisman Trophy ceremony will begin at 8 p.m. ET and air on ESPN. It can also be streamed live on fuboTV (Try for free).

You can see results from our Heisman straw poll here.

Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU: Daniels is the first player to throw for at least 12,000 yards and rush for at least 3,000 yards in a career that started at Arizona State and ended in the SEC at LSU. He is looking to join Joe Burrow and 1959 winner Billy Cannon as the third Tigers player to take home the Heisman. Daniels actually has more total yards, touchdowns and a better passer rating than Burrow did through 12 games of his blistering 2019 campaign. Daniels is is just the fifth quarterback in college football history to score 50 or more touchdowns, the four who preceded him all won the Heisman. 

Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington: Penix’s season hit a bit of a statistical lull– he threw for 300 or more yards in just three of the Huskies’ final seven games — but he still threw for 4,218 yards (most in FBS) and 33 touchdowns. Penix started the year as one of the favorites to win the award and even had a Heisman moment when he led Washington to a comeback victory over Oregon — first of two wins over the Ducks. He is trying to become the first Heisman winner in program history. 

Bo Nix, QB, Oregon: Nix certainly has the stats to backup his Heisman case. The former

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