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1967 Leaders

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National Champion: Southern California (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI)

Heisman Memorial Trophy: Gary Beban (UCLA)
FWAA Coach of the Year Award: John Pont (Indiana)

AP Preseason #1: Notre Dame ▪ AP Final #1: Southern California

Year Leaders

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Pass Completion Percentage

1. Bill Andrejko (Villanova) 61.0
2. Mike Livingston (Southern Methodist) 60.8
3. Clyde Hewell (Furman) 60.0
4. Jimmy Poole (Davidson) 59.5
5. Ronny South (Arkansas) 59.2
6. Kim Hammond* (Florida State) 58.1
7. Ken Stabler (Alabama) 57.9
8. Larry Rentz (Florida) 57.1
9. Gary Beban (UCLA) 55.8
10. Paul Toscano (Wyoming) 55.6
11. Roger May (Vanderbilt) 55.0
12. Bill Robertson (Cornell) 54.3
13. John Cartwright (Navy) 53.5
14. Terry Hanratty (Notre Dame) 53.4
15. Dennis Brown (Michigan) 52.9
16. Marty Domres (Columbia) 52.8
17. Al Woodall (Duke) 52.7
18. Bob Warmack* (Oklahoma) 52.7
19. Bob Lee (Pacific) 52.4
  Bob Lee (Pacific) 52.4

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Ronny South (Arkansas) 142.0
2. Bill Andrejko (Villanova) 140.6
3. Kim Hammond* (Florida State) 139.7
4. Clyde Hewell (Furman) 139.5
5. Brooks Dawson (Texas-El Paso) 138.0
6. Gary Beban (UCLA) 136.9
7. Ric Zimmerman (Harvard) 135.9
8. Paul Toscano (Wyoming) 134.4
9. Bill Robertson (Cornell) 132.4
10. Tom Sherman (Penn State) 129.1
11. Edd Hargett (Texas A&M) 124.7
12. Roger May (Vanderbilt) 122.0
13. Mike Livingston (Southern Methodist) 121.6
14. Bob Warmack* (Oklahoma) 120.6
15. Mike Phipps (Purdue) 120.0
16. John Pappas (Utah State) 117.7
17. Mike Stripling (Tulsa) 117.3
18. Ken Stabler (Alabama) 117.2
19. Sal Olivas (New Mexico State) 116.1
20. Marc Lyons (Brigham Young) 115.0