Darren McFadden Finished 2nd in the Heisman Voting for the 2nd straight year. McFadden was only the second player in college football history to gain that distinction. North Carolina running back Charlie Justice was a runner-up in 1947 and 1948. This year, Florida’s Tim Tebow took home the award. Tebow had 1957 points to McFadden’s 1703. Tebow became the first Sophomore to win the trophy. McFadden had the highest percentage of votes ever for a runner-up at 31 percent of votes.