2014 Heisman Odds

Bovada has published its first Heisman Trophy odds for next season. Is a USC player on the list? Well . . . the list is after the jump:

NCAA 2014 Season – Odds to win the Heisman Trophy        

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     2/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              7/2

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           4/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  5/1

Bryce Petty (QB Baylor)                                     6/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   12/1

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  12/1

Mike Davis (RB South Carolina)                         15/1

Melvin Gordon (RB Wisconsin)                           16/1

Everett Golson (Notre Dame)                             25/1

Trevor Knight (QB Oklahoma)                             25/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 33/1

Karlos Williams (RB Florida State)                      33/1

Matt Johnson (QB Bowling Green)                      66/1

Rakeem Cato (QB Marshall)                               66/1


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  • FightON

    Winston again? Nah. I don’t think so. He looked bad during the game versus Auburn. They also have a harder schedule this year with games against Notre Dame and OSU.

    • TDOG

      He looked bad against Auburn??? Bwahahahaha shows how much you know about football!!! If you PAID ATTENTION you would know that the Offensive signals were being robbed in the first half by Auburn, then JW engineered the game winner on sheer will power, did you even watch the game? What are your true hobbies, be truthful — soap opera watching? Days of Our Lives, Young and Restless get your panties all wet? C’mon, please go on about it, myself and other inquiring readers wanna know!

      • gotroy22

        LOL, she must have been watching Nashville reruns when the national title game was on.

        • FightON

          Lawlz. Plz tell us where you sit. I want to see how many seats you have to buy. I also want to know why you still follow all these Trojans. No answer?

          • TDOG

            Where did you REALLY go to college, DeVry? Please do tell!

          • FightON

            LULZ. Why are you so obsessed with me? I mean, you reply to me at least 10 times a week. Over and over and over. Therapy, little boy. It would do you well.

            P.S. Keep replying. I don’t read them 90% of them, but I do enjoy wasting your time and getting your blood pressure up.

            P.S.S. With your grammar and spelling, you should not be accusing ANYONE of not going to college. Seriously. It’s almost sad if it weren’t so pathetic.

          • TDOG

            “It’s almost sad if it weren’t so pathetic.” This is almost an intelligent statement, if it weren’t so dumb!

        • TDOG

          Thank you Mr. Wolf

      • Cheap seats

        Didn’t Winston say himself he didn’t play well in the post game interview??

        • TDOG

          Yes sir – but Auburn was stealing the Offensive signals, it’s well documented. You shouldn’t side with that kvnt she is a lezz

          • Cheap seats

            Ok. I honestly don’t care much for non Pac-12 football, so I watched the game with half attention and don’t even remember if there was good QB play or not.

            I think I was more focused on my beer.

      • FightON

        Um. No.

        Winston was lucky he didn’t throw another two picks. There were several errant throws that Auburn could have capitalized on. If they were a better defense – say Alabama – they would have.

        His number across the board were down. He threw for almost 60 yards less than in prior games, his completion rate was off by 10%, and he threw two interceptions though his season average was less than one per game (with arguably more that could have happened). For the first half, his leadership skills were absent and he was whining to his coaches on the sideline.

        Sure, he was voted the MVP because of a last minute touchdown drive. But no one smart would ever claim that was a Heisman performance. It wasn’t. It certainly wasn’t the Jameis that had shown up the rest of the year.

        FSU did not dominate. Certainly not in the first half and not really in the last. Auburn lost the game, not the other way around.

        But, you know, continue to prance around like the idiot you are. I think it’s funny.

        • TDOG

          They STOLE THE SIGNALS you MORON – get a clue before you call people names you taco plower!

        • TDOG

          Winston will train on you and your lezbo girlfriend and then laugh on his way to the bank just as the Governor of Florida did, B!A=-chazz Ho!!!

  • Henry Bibby

    “Well . . . the list is after the jump:”

    What does that mean? I wish you would just “jump” ship.

  • Independent_George

    None of the above

  • ScottWolfSniffsHisOwnFarts

    Fantastic job of copying and pasting useless information.

  • LamontRaymond

    J. Allen if they were payin attention

  • Helen

    In this new information age, winning the Heisman is more about who gets the largest media buzz and less about actual performance.

  • FMUSC81

    My Money is on Mariota hands down if he stays healthy… thats the kicker ….When healthy… he’s the best QB in the country!

  • Cheap seats

    In that group above, who’s the best NFL prospect?

  • FreeShabazz

    I like Hundley’s chances if ucla can run the table this year