Nissan Heisman House Returns for Third Season

By Ingram Park Nissan | Posted in In the News, Nissan on Friday, August 30th, 2013 at 4:10 pm
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Nissan and the NCAA will produce the Heisman House series for the third straight year.

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To accompany the commencement of the 2013 college football season, Nissan and the NCAA are once again teaming up to produce the Nissan Heisman House web series. The action centers around a cast of 13 previous Heisman Trophy winners, as viewers consider what entertaining mischief the fraternity may get into all living under the same roof.

Recent Heisman award winner Robert Griffin III will join the likes of Barry Sanders, Desmond Howard, Tony Dorsett, and many more. Not only does the series promise to deliver great banter birthed from renewed collegiate rivalries, but the generational differences among trophy winners ranging from 1976 to 2011 are primed to provide a comedic misunderstanding–or two.

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Texas’ son Robert Griffin III joins this year’s cast of the Nissan Heisman House.

Fans can follow all of the activity directly at NissanHeismanHouse.com. Vignettes chronicling the antics of the star-studded cast are set to debut August 31, prior to the broadcast of Saturday Night Football on ABC. This year, Nissan and the NCAA are also taking a big next step in taking the show on the road. The Heisman House Tour will make several stops at college campuses throughout the season in preparation for the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, CA.

Nissan has been a long-time sponsor of college football’s greatest honor, and Heisman House returns as a great platform for the manufacturer’s star players, including the 2014 Sentra, Altima, and Versa Note. Nissan invites sports fans of every persuasion to join in the festivities all season long. Tune in to see your favorite college athletes of yesteryear, utilize online Heisman Trophy voting to crown the stars of today, and check out everything Nissan is doing to build the cars of tomorrow.

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