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’30 for 30′ Doc Examines Peyton Manning and 1997 Heisman Trophy Race (EXCLUSIVE)

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Addie Morfoot Contributor The 1997 race for the Heisman Trophy will be explored in an installment of the 14th season of ESPN’s “30 for 30” series.” Titled “The Great Heisman Race of 1997,” the ESPN Films docu will debut on Dec.

9 on ESPN immediately following the broadcast of the Heisman Trophy Ceremony, which will air on the network. The doc will focus on the race between Peyton Manning and Charles Woodson.

Manning stunned the sports world in 1997 by deciding to return for his senior season at the University of Tennessee and spurning the NFL, making him the Heisman front-runner as he set his sights on an SEC Championship.

But while Manning was the preseason favorite, other candidates arrived during the season including Washington State quarterback Ryan Leaf, Marshall University’s wide receiver Randy Moss and Woodson (University of Michigan).

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