NCAA College Football Sports Betting Odds to Win 2019 Heisman Trophy

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The college football season kicks off next Saturday, so it is a good time to check on the odds of a few notables to win the 2019 Heisman Trophy.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Stanford running back Bryce Love favored at +650 odds. Nine starters on offense return for the Cardinal with four to the offensive line. Love a senior ran for 2118 yards last season averaging 8.1 yards per carry. He caught six balls out of the backfield in 2017 for 33 yards.

Second favorite in the wagering to win the Heisman is running back Jonathan Taylor of Wisconsin at +750 odds. Wisconsin is also loaded offensively with nine starters returning. Taylor will have all five of his offensive line back. A sophomore, Taylor in his freshman season ran for 1977 yards averaging 6.6 per carry. He caught eight balls out of the backfield for 95 yards. In his step up game against Ohio St, Taylor rushed for only 41 yards on 15 carries.

The national championship game hero from last season Tua Tagovailoa a quarterback from Alabama brings back +800 odds. Alabama returns seven starters on offense with four returning to the offensive line. Tua must first beat out Jalen Hurts as there is battle brewing in training camp. The sophomore saw spot work last season in relief of Hurts and hit on 63.6% of his throws with eleven touchdowns and two picks. He exhibited a strong arm downfield.

Next in the wagering is Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence at +1400 odds. Tigers have seven returning starters on offense and replace two starters on the offensive line. Many expect freshman Trevor Lawrence win the quarterback job at Clemson. He has great arm strength. Last year’s starter Kelly Bryant may be relegated to backup after a poor showing in the college football playoff loss to Alabama.

Notable longshots include Penn St quarterback Trace McSorley and Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson both coming in at +1800 odds. Penn St returns seven to their offense. They will have four starters back on the offensive. Exiting the program will be running back Saqon Barkley to the NFL so McSorley could air it out more in 2018. The senior completed 66.5% of his passes last season with 28 touchdowns and 10 picks. He threw three picks at Michigan St and tossed for only 192 yards against Ohio St a season ago in their only two losses of the season.

Shea Patterson transfers from Ole Miss to Michigan. Wolverines return eight starters on offense but must replace two offensive linemen including the center. Last season he completed 63.8% of his passes with 17 touchdowns and 9 picks. He missed the final five games last year due to injury. He threw three picks at Cal and home to LSU. He had two interceptions at Alabama. Rebels dropped all three of those games.

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