Pat Sullivan chose to play football for Auburn University where he would become the starting quarterback in 1969. Over the next three seasons, Sullivan would break school and NCAA records for passing while leading the team to a 267 record. In 1970, he led the NCAA in total offense with 2,856 yards and set an NCAA record for most yards per play with 8.57. In his senior season, Sullivan completed 162 passes on 281 attempts for 2,012 yards and 20 touchdowns. This performance was enough to edge out Ed Marinaro for the 1971 Heisman Trophy. Pat Sullivan has hand autographed this Heisman Gold Replica Mini Helmet with '71 H inscription. Certificate of Authenticity.