New Heisman Frontrunner; Oddsmakers Say That and Natty each 3-horse Race

According to the oddsmakers, the Heisman Trophy race is down to three players. 

But that could change next week. The Heisman favorite coming into the season, Spencer Rattler, isn’t even the starter on his team anymore. And there have been a handful of different players to don the “favorite” role this season.

The latest odds from SportsBetting  have Ohio State’s CJ Stroud as the frontrunner at +180. 

Bryce Young, who has been the favorite for a few weeks now has 2-1, or +200, odds. He is followed closely by Michigan State’s workhorse back Kenneth Walker III (+300).

The only other player with less than 10-1 odds is Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral. 

On the National Championship odds board, Oklahoma still somehow has lower odds than Cincinnati and Michigan despite Saturday’s loss to Baylor.

Ohio State is a 19-point favorite against Michigan State this Saturday in a pivotal Big Ten matchup. 

CFP National Championship Odds

Georgia                       -130

Alabama                      +375

Ohio State                   +450

Oregon                        +2000

Oklahoma                   +2500

Cincinnati                    +3300

Michigan                     +5000

Oklahoma State          +5000

Notre Dame                +6600

Michigan State            +10000

Wake Forest                +10000

Pittsburgh                   +15000

Heisman Trophy Odds

CJ Stroud – Ohio State                         +180

Bryce Young – Alabama                       +200

Kenneth Walker III – Michigan State   +300

Matt Corral – Ole Miss                        +900

Kenny Pickett – Pittsburgh                  +2500

Jordan Davis – Georgia                        +3300

Will Anderson – Alabama                    +4000

Desmond Ridder – Cincinnati              +5000

Sam Hartman – Wake Forest              +5000

TreVeyon Henderson – Ohio State      +5000

Brian Robinson Jr. – Alabama             +6600

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