Murray took home the Davey O'Brien Award, which goes to the best quarterback.
Alabama sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, one of three finalists for Saturday's Heisman Award, won the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award and the Maxwell Award for best all-around player during today's ESPN College Football Awards Show in Atlanta. He joins Henry (2015) and McCarron (2013) as the only Crimson Tide players to win the Maxwell Award.
Tagovailoa is Alabama's second Walter Camp Award victor, joining running back Derrick Henry in 2015.
The O'Brien Award was initially given to the top player in the Southwest before going to a quarterback-only honor in 1981. Earlier in the day, Murray was also announced as the AP Player of the Year.
Deal done: Matthew Dellavedova headed back to Cleveland via trade
The deal came together Friday in time for teams to be able to repackage players in other trades before February's trade deadline. The Australian had been buried on Milwaukee's bench and is averaging just 1.7 points and 2.4 assists in 12 games.
But, after an electrifying season that saw Murray eviscerate opposing defenses on his way to becoming a Heisman Trophy finalist, the 21-year-old might be eyeing a more exclusive path.
The Allen, Texas, product has completed 241 of 340 passes this year for 4,053 yards and 40 touchdowns to seven interceptions. He's on pace to best Baker Mayfield's all-time single-season passing efficiency mark, as well has his record yards per attempt benchmark. He has also rushed for 892 yards and another 11 scores. The past four Maxwell winners and past five Walter Camp winners have all gone on to win the Heisman. McCarron was the last Maxwell Award victor to not win the Heisman.
He beat out Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins for the Associated Press' honor, but he will still face off against them in the race for the Heisman Trophy. "Maybe the most productive for the time that he played..."