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Alabama's Bryce Young is the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy, according to these latest odds from

Heisman Trophy latest odds:
Bryce Young - Alabama +160
CJ Stroud - Ohio State +350
Matt Corral - Ole Miss +400
Kenny Pickett - Pittsburgh +600
Caleb Williams - Oklahoma +1200
Bijan Robinson - Texas +2500
Desmond Ridder - Cincinnati +2500
Kenneth Walker III - Michigan State +2500
Brian Robinson Jr. - Alabama +4000
TreVeyon Henderson - Ohio State +4000
Blake Corum - Michigan +5000
Carson Strong - Nevada +6600
Jordan Davis - Georgia +9900
Drake London - USC +10000
Grayson McCall - Coastal Carolina +10000
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Tiger2tiger9731 months
I think the heisman shouldn’t name a winner this year. Bc there’s not 1 dominating player.
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tigerpawl31 months
Young is legit, but it's a weak Heisman class. Not much daylight between the candidates.
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GetmorewithLes31 months
weakest year I can remember for Heisman
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Deuces31 months
Weak year.
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CGSC Lobotomy31 months
Go ahead and move Walker to the top.
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REBSontheRISE31 months
If Matt Corral and Bryce Young switched teams, Bama would be undefeated and Ole Miss 3-4, maybe 4-3. Corral is the best player in college football
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StupidBinder31 months
Yep. Clearly a case of the name on the front of the Jersey being more important than the name on the back.
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Hang1031 months
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ChipDiamond31 months
Young aint going win it. Someone else lower on the list is going to have some crazy game/play in November and will rocket to the top of the list after all the journalist fall in love with them.
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Hang1031 months
He's the only one that's remotely been consistent every week!
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schatman31 months
Utter BS. He's done nothing to warrant that. Just a popularity contest. like USC early 2000s
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Hang1031 months
bullshite schatman! Without BY we're 9-3 or worse this year.. He doesn't have the amenities that the last 4-5 qbs had around them.. I'm talking experienced OL, WRS, RBS(behind B. Robinson.) TE'S are getting better but not there yet. So get real!
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imjustafatkid31 months
Who is better?
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