Manning Award
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Manning Award
Manning Award
Given forthe collegiate American football quarterback adjudged to be the best in the United States
CountryUnited States
Presented bySugar Bowl Committee
First award2004
Most recentJoe Burrow

The Manning Award has been presented annually since 2004 to the collegiate American football quarterback as judged by the Sugar Bowl Committee to be the best in the United States. It is the only quarterback award that includes each candidate's postseason-bowl performance in its balloting.[1]

The award is named in honor of former University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) quarterback Archie Manning and his quarterback sons Peyton and Eli. Archie was also the quarterback for the NFL New Orleans Saints, Houston Oilers, and Minnesota Vikings. Peyton was a star quarterback at the University of Tennessee as well as with the Indianapolis Colts, and the Denver Broncos. Eli was also a star quarterback at Ole Miss and was the quarterback of the NFL's New York Giants. Both Peyton and Eli were All-America selections during their college careers and both have led their respective professional teams to Super Bowl championships (Peyton with the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLI and with the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, and Eli with the New York Giants in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI). Both have won the Super Bowl MVP award, Eli twice. Archie was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1989. All the award winners have gone on to be drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft except Colt McCoy, who was drafted in the third round. As of 2019, Deshaun Watson is the only player to win the award twice, being in 2015 and 2016.



  1. ^ Manning Award. Allstate Sugar Bowl official website. Retrieved August 8, 2011]
  2. ^ "Joe Burrow adds Manning Award to 2019 hardware haul". Retrieved 2020.

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