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Quarterback Pat Sullivan of Auburn had a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day. The most explosive passer in the history of the Southeastern Conference was named winner of the 1971 Heisman Trophy by a 152-vote margin over Cornell's hard-running tailback, Ed Marinaro. Sullivan, who guided Auburn to a 9-1 season and a berth in the Sugar Bowl, is regarded as a fine pro prospect. That does not necessarily mean that he will make it in the big league. In the past 20 seasons, such celebrated Heisman heroes as Notre Dame's Johnny Lattner (1953). Navy's Joe Bellino (1960). Oregon State's...

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