The Heisman Trophy futures might have the wildest fluctuations over a three-month period of any market. Last year Tua Tagovailoa appeared to be a lock to win the award with only a couple weeks to go. Before the season started, however, Bryce Love of Stanford was the favorite, and Khalil Tate of Arizona was listed above both Tagovailoa and eventual winner Kyler Murray. At any point in the season a breakout game from a player at a traditional powerhouse school [...]
Quarterback Joe Burrow already had perhaps the game of the year, when he led LSU to victory on the road against Texas in Week 2, but Saturday’s matchup against Florida further cemented the incredible season he is having.
Is it too early to declare the preseason Heisman favorite, Trevor Lawrence, out of the race? That might seem a bit premature, but bettors and fans are realizing Clemson is so dominant that Lawrence doesn't need to excel through this cakewalk of a regular season.
We are finally getting into the meat of the college football regular season, when elite teams and players are given the opportunity to separate themselves. The top six teams in the country are Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State and Oklahoma—and all feature at least one Heisman Trophy contender.
Let's take a look at the Heisman futures prices and how the top four candidates, plus a few dark horses, have measured up so far in the college football season.
Another week into the college football season and we have another quarterback ready to throw his name in the ring for the Heisman Trophy chase. After a monster primetime performance on the road at Texas, LSU quarterback and Ohio State transfer Joe Burrow has truly entered the race and comes into the week with odds of +400 to win the award.
The Heisman is a volatile award, and both Trevor Lawrence and Tua Tagovailoa were dominant in 2018 but didn’t take home the trophy. With that in mind, who are some longer shots offering value?
The competition for this year’s Heisman Trophy has two very clear and deserving favorites heading into the season. Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama and Trevor Lawrence of Clemson are elite talents and we’re fortunate enough to watch them compete all season long for college football’s most coveted individual trophy.
The last time we saw Alabama they were being crushed by Clemson 44-16 in the College Football Playoff National Championship, as the Tigers picked apart the Crimson Tide's secondary and racked up 482 total yards. Was it the end of an era for Nick Saban and company, or will Bama come back even stronger in 2019?