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Winning Return

Like his coach, Lujack left for the Navy for two seasons, after leading Notre Dame to the 1943 national title as a sophomore quarterback. Like his coach, he returned in 1946, just in time to lead the Irish to consecutive national titles, earning consensus All-America honors in both campaigns. Lujack became Notre Dame's second Heisman Trophy winner in 1947, winning the Associated Press male athlete of the year award as well. He starred at halfback, punter and defensive back along the way, though his legacy will always be that of one of the best T-formation signal-callers in college football history. -- Matt Fortuna