Nissan's "Heisman House" is back, with newcomers Derrick Henry and Tim Tebow

The fake fraternity rolls out a sixth season of pranks and jokes for fans in the know

Nissan’s "Heisman House," is back for a sixth season of hijinks featuring past winners of college football’s highest honor. The odd-ensemble now numbers 14, with the addition of latest winner Derrick Henry, as well as former Florida Gators Tim Tebow and Danny Wuerffel. Four new spots debuted Wednesday, including a 90-second welcome video shot in a single take with a drone. As is typical for the series, the spots make heavy-handed allusions to and exaggerate aspects of their personalities to comedic effect. Doug Flutie can’t stop talking about his Hail Mary; everybody hazes the Henry the new guy. On Thursday, a music video starring Tebow and Wuerffel goes live, followed by Henry’s arrival video on Saturday.