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Nissan’s Heisman House

Thirteen Heisman trophy winners. One mansion.

All these high profile football players living together under one roof? We thought it was too good to be true.

So we Googled it. And it was.

Sad face.

However, we did learn a lot of behind the scenes information from the first hit on Google our extensive research.

Did you know?

-The house is really the Regional Red Cross in Pasadena, California.

-RGIII needed a double to drive his manual transmission? He gave the double the jersey right off his back.

-The door knocker to the house is a mini-Heisman, naturally.

-Barry Sanders and Desmond Howard’s top fades were unfortunately not authentic.

-^Their handshake was perfected after Googling it from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

-RGIII only needed a couple of takes to get the ball through the third story window in “Car Alarm”.

No, the Heisman House isn’t real, but we still like to pretend it is.

Sports Studio provided Nissan and ESPN with NCAA football jerseys for these Heismans to wear around the house.

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