Former Heisman winners share award
DALLAS -- Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis, who won consecutive Heisman Trophies during their days as "Mr. Inside" and "Mr. Outside" at Army, were chosen Thursday to receive the Doak Walker Legends Award.
Blanchard and Davis were picked by the board of directors for the SMU athletic forum, the group that presents the Doak Walker Award to the nation's top college running back.
The tandem will be honored Feb. 12 at a ceremony also honoring this season's recipient.
Larry Johnson of Penn State won last year, with Earl Campbell receiving the legends award.
Blanchard won the Heisman in 1945 and Davis was the runner-up, then won the trophy the following season.
Blanchard scored 38 touchdowns in his career at West Point and ran for 1,908 yards in three years. He also starred as a punter and kick returner. He has lived in Texas since retiring after a career in the Army Air Force.
Davis scored 59 touchdowns, averaging almost one every nine plays. He later served in the Army in Korea, then played on two championship teams with the Los Angeles Rams.
Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press
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