New National Title, Heisman Odds

Southern California quarterback Sam Darnold (14) scrambles from California’s Alex Funches, right, and James Looney, left, during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

USC now has the fourth-best national title odds at 15/2 according to Bovada. Last week, it was 7/1. Meanwhile, Sam Darnold is tied for third at 7/1. Saquon Barkley is the new favorite at 7/4.

                                 9/18/17             Current Odds (9/25/17)

Alabama                       2/1                    19/10

Clemson                       11/2                  9/2

Ohio State                    17/2                  7/1

USC                             7/1                    15/2

Oklahoma                     8/1                    8/1

Penn State                    12/1                  10/1

Michigan                       20/1                  12/1

Georgia                        22/1                  14/1

Washington                   28/1                  16/1

Oklahoma State            9/1                    20/1

Wisconsin                     22/1                  22/1

TCU                              75/1                  33/1

Virginia Tech                 40/1                  33/1

Miami Florida                50/1                  40/1

LSU                              50/1                  50/1

Auburn                          75/1                  66/1

Florida State                 28/1                  66/1

Notre Dame                  75/1                  66/1

Washington State          75/1                  75/1

Louisville                      100/1                100/1

Mississippi State           40/1                  100/1

Oregon                         40/1                  100/1

Florida                          66/1                  200/1

Kansas State                300/1                300/1

Stanford                       300/1                300/1

Texas                           300/1                300/1

Texas A&M                   300/1                300/1

West Virginia                 300/1                300/1

Houston                        200/1                Off the Board

Iowa                             300/1                Off the Board

Tennessee                    300/1                Off the Board


Heisman Trophy 

                                                                        9/18/17             Current Odds (9/25/17)

Saquon Barkley (RB Penn State)                        9/1                    7/4

Baker Mayfield (QB Oklahoma)                          7/4                    3/1

Sam Darnold (QB USC)                                     11/2                  7/1

Lamar Jackson (QB Louisville)                           11/2                  7/1

Mason Rudolph (QB Oklahoma State)                9/1                    7/1

JT Barrett (QB Ohio State)                                 33/1                  33/1

Luke Falk (QB Washington State)                       66/1                  33/1

Jalen Hurts (QB Alabama)                                  25/1                  33/1

Bryce Love (RB Stanford)                                  66/1                  33/1

Josh Rosen (QB UCLA)                                     25/1                  33/1

Jake Browning (QB Washington)                        40/1                  40/1

Royce Freeman (RB Oregon)                             25/1                  50/1

Justin Hebert (QB Oregon)                                 25/1                  50/1

Trace McSorley (QB Penn State)                        66/1                  50/1

Nick Fitzgerald (QB Mississippi State)                33/1                  66/1

J.K. Dobbins (RB Ohio State)                            25/1                  Off the Board

Derrius Grice (RB LSU)                                      50/1                  Off the Board

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  • LamontRaymond

    Heisman race is over – Barkley will win it – it won’t be close.

    • schammer47

      LR, Who in the H@ll is Barkley ?

      • 88 Straight

        Saquan Barkley from Penn State. Great RB.

        • schammer47

          Oops. I remember Barkley’s excellent performance in the Rose Bowl Game. A running shifty dynamo. Thanks, 88 !!

          • 88 Straight

            Glad to be of assistance. I’m back after a day of mourning!

    • marvgoux1

      Not if he goes down with injury or the Nitanny Lions don’t win the Big 10.

  • Pete

    Who cares about the odds. WSU terrible running the ball.

  • Clay Russell

    Everyone tries to compare Sam to Brett Farve and it’s easy to understand why they make the comparison. However, if there was a guy I would tell Sam to model his game after, it would be John Elway. Another mobile, strong-armed guy who was great throwing on the run, but who was also great in the pocket.

    • Lunderful

      Roger Staubach, perhaps?

      • Clay Russell

        That’ll work too. I don’t think Staubach threw as hard a ball as Elway or Darnoldz

  • Paul Muad’dib

    This has to be the most disappointing 4-0 start in the history of sports. USC should shut the football program down…

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  • Golden Trojan

    Darnold’s preseason hype is keeping him in the top 3. He has not had a Heisman performance yet.

    • marvgoux1

      Wait for the nationally televised Notre Dame game for Sam to seal the deal.

  • jim

    I expect Sam to have a big game this week because I don’t think that he’s had a great year so far and I think that he knows it. He started throwing picks in spring practice and then in fall practice. Everyone thought it was because of unfamiliarity with the new receivers and he’d have it cleared up by the time of game #1. But the problem persists. Maybe he just hasn’t adjusted to all the pressure of being a Heisman candidate. He didn’t have that pressure last year.

  • Lajollaboy

    The team should just focus on winning one game at a time and not think about the National Championship or the Heisman. If those happen great. It is better to not get distracted.

  • USC jojo

    Texas A&M has better odds than the bRuins??