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1983 Leaders

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National Champion: Miami (FL) (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN)

Heisman Memorial Trophy: Mike Rozier (Nebraska)
FWAA Coach of the Year Award: Howard Schnellenberger (Miami (FL))

AP Preseason #1: Nebraska ▪ AP Final #1: Miami (FL)

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Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Steve Young (Brigham Young) 168.5
2. Chuck Long (Iowa) 160.4
3. Rick Neuheisel* (UCLA) 148.5
4. Mike Eppley (Clemson) 146.0
5. Cody Carlson (Baylor) 143.0
6. Randall Cunningham (Nevada-Las Vegas) 141.2
7. Marlon Adler (Missouri) 141.1
8. Troy Bodine (Cincinnati) 139.7
9. Brad Baumberger (Wyoming) 138.2
10. Jack Trudeau (Illinois) 136.4
11. Raphel Cherry (Hawaii) 136.3
12. Ricky Turner (Washington State) 133.7
13. Doug Strang (Penn State) 133.6
14. Boomer Esiason (Maryland) 133.2
15. Steve Pelluer (Washington) 132.2
16. Jeff Hostetler (West Virginia) 132.1
17. Scott Stankavage (North Carolina) 131.9
18. Mike Tomczak* (Ohio State) 131.2
19. Todd Hons (Arizona State) 129.7
20. John Congemi* (Pittsburgh) 129.3

Punt Return Touchdowns

1. Garcia Lane* (Ohio State) 2
  Henry Williams (East Carolina) 2

Kickoff Return Touchdowns

1. Fredd Young (New Mexico State) 2
  Henry Williams (East Carolina) 2

Interception Return Touchdowns

1. Lee Miller (Cal State Fullerton) 2
  Ashley Lee (Virginia Tech) 2
  Randy Robbins (Arizona) 2
  Ricky Hunley (Arizona) 2