The 2022 Heisman Trophy was handed out Saturday night. This year, the prestigious honor went to USC QB Caleb Williams for his part in leading a turnaround with the Trojans.

When the full ballot results were released, Williams beat out TCU QB Max Duggan with Duggan finishing in second. Ohio State’s CJ Stroud and Georgia’s Stetson Bennett finished third and fourth, respectively.

As for first-place votes, Williams dominated the ballot with 544 votes. Duggan was second with 188 first-place votes. Williams far outpaced the rest of the field with 2,0331 total points on the ballot with Duggan’s 1,420 points as the only serious competitor.

Williams tied for the national lead this season with 37 passing touchdowns and added 10 rushing touchdowns to his tally. He also threw for over 4,000 yards and led the Trojans to an 11-2 record for a program that won 4 games in 2021.