How to watch: Alabama football's Mac Jones, DeVonta Smith finalists for Heisman Trophy
Based on the selection of finalists, Alabama has a 50% chance of adding a third Heisman Trophy winner to its history on Tuesday.
The Heisman Trophy will be awarded Tuesday evening in a virtual ceremony televised by ESPN. Alabama quarterback Mac Jones and wide receiver DeVonta Smith are finalists alongside Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Florida quarterback Kyle Trask.
The one-hour show starts at 6 p.m. CT on ESPN.
The ceremony is typically held in New York, but ESPN’s Chris Fowler will host a virtual ceremony from its Bristol, Connecticut, studios due to COVID-19 precautions.
The four finalists and previous Heisman winners will appear virtually.
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The Heisman Trust already released down ballot voting results, revealing UA running back Najee Harris finished fifth ahead of the following to round out the top 10:
- Iowa State running back Breece Hall
- Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields
- BYU quarterback Zach Wilson
- Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book
- Florida tight end Kyle Pitts
The exact voting results for the four finalists will be revealed in the hour-long ESPN program in which it announces the winner.
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