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Below is a list of the finalists of all the major college football awards. Auburn's Cam Newton and Stanford's Andrew Luck are both nominated for three awards, including Maxwell, Walter Camp and Davey O'Brien. The awards show will be Dec. 9 on ESPN. The Heisman will be presented on Dec. 11.

2010 College Football Awards

Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State

Nick Fairley, Auburn

Patrick Peterson, LSU
AwardFinalistsWinner
Heisman
Outstanding player
LaMichael James, Oregon
Andrew Luck, Stanford
Kellen Moore, Boise State
Cam Newton, Auburn
Cam Newton, Auburn
Maxwell
Best player
Andrew Luck, Stanford
Kellen Moore, Boise State
Cam Newton, Auburn
Cam Newton, Auburn
Walter Camp
Player of the Year
Cam Newton, Auburn
LaMichael James, Oregon
Andrew Luck, Stanford
Cam Newton, Auburn
Sammy Baugh Trophy
Top passer
N/ALandry Jones, Oklahoma
Chuck Bednarik
Top defensive player
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
Nick Fairley, Auburn
Patrick Peterson, LSU
Patrick Peterson, LSU
Fred Biletnikoff
Wide receiver
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Dick Butkus
Linebacker
Luke Kuechly, Boston College
Akeem Ayers, UCLA
Bruce Carter, North Carolina
Justin Houston, Georgia
Von Miller, Texas A&M
Von Miller, Texas A&M
Lou Groza
Kicker
Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State
Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss
David Ruffer, Notre Dame
Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State
Ray Guy
Punter
Drew Butler, Georgia
Ryan Donahue, Iowa
Chas Henry, Florida
Chas Henry, Florida
Ted Hendricks
Defensive end
Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
Von Miller, Texas A&M
Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh
J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
Rotary/Lombardi
Lineman/LB
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson (DE)
Adrian Clayborn, Iowa (DE)
Nick Fairley, Auburn (DE)
Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU (C)
Nick Fairley, Auburn
Ronnie Lott IMPACT
Defensive player
Sam Acho, Texas
Casey Matthews, Oregon
Patrick Peterson, LSU
J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
John Mackey
Tight end
Michael Egnew, Missouri
Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
D.J. Williams, Arkansas
D.J. Williams, Arkansas
Bronko Nagurski
Top defender
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson (DE)
Nick Fairley, Auburn (DT)
Justin Houston, Georgia (LB)
Luke Kuechly, Boston College (LB)
Patrick Peterson, LSU (DB)
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
Davey O'Brien
Quarterback
Andrew Luck, Stanford
Kellen Moore, Boise State
Cam Newton, Auburn
Cam Newton, Auburn
Outland Trophy
Interior lineman
Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin (OT)
Rodney Hudson, Florida State (OG)
Nate Solder, Colorado (OT)
Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
Rimington Trophy
Center
Colin Baxter, Arizona
Chase Beeler, Stanford
Mike Brewster, Ohio State
Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU
David Molk, Michigan
Ryan Pugh, Auburn
Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU
Jim Thorpe
Defensive back
Tejay Johnson, TCU
Patrick Peterson, LSU
Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
Patrick Peterson, LSU
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm
Senior QB
Andy Dalton, TCU
Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
Christian Ponder, Florida State
Ricky Stanzi, Iowa
Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin
Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin
Doak Walker
Running back
John Clay, Wisconsin
Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State
LaMichael James, Oregon
LaMichael James, Oregon
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