NEW YORK — He ignored the question, the one about whether he’d take his new 25-pound companion and hand it to his father. It wasn’t the easiest task for Mark Ingram, a 19-year-old who just had won the most prestigious award in college sports, to discuss a dad who soon will start a lengthy prison sentence for bank fraud and money laundering. Most kids who win the Heisman Trophy are asked about parents who are sitting near them in the Nokia Theater, hard by Broadway’s blinding neon.

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