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Others receiving votes: Kansas St. 83, Georgia Tech 47, Nebraska 38, W. Kentucky 32, Air Force 30, Pittsburgh 21, Boise St. 19, Iowa 14, Minnesota 12, Tulsa 10, BYU 9, Temple 8, Houston 8, North Carolina 8, Navy 1, Washington St. 1.

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Below are the CBS Sports expert predictions for the Heisman Trophy. Each vote is based on a 5-4-3-2-1 voting scale. Our experts have Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson in first place, while Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook is second.

But the Wolverines’ impressive streak isn’t the longest in the history of college football. Instead, the record belongs to Penn State, which enjoyed a streak of 49 non-losing seasons—defined as seasons in which a team finished at least .500—between 1939 and 1987.

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