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Update: Fournette's odds have changed to 33/1.


On Monday, LSU freshman running back joined a long list of talented players in Bovada's updated Heisman odds:
Here's the full list:

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State): 9/2
Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon): 6/1
Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State): 15/2
Bryce Petty (QB Baylor): 12/1
Brett Hundley (QB UCLA): 14/1
Todd Gurley (RB Georgia): 14/1
Melvin Gordon (RB Wisconsin):16/1
Nick Marshall (QB Auburn): 16/1
Trevor Knight (QB Oklahoma): 18/1
Everett Golson (Notre Dame): 20/1
T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama): 20/1
Derrick Henry (RB Alabama): 25/1
Mike Davis (RB South Carolina): 28/1
Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska): 33/1
Duke Johnson (RB Miami): 33/1
Karlos Williams (RB Florida State): 33/1
Connor Cook (QB Michigan State): 40/1
Myles Jack (LB UCLA): 40/1
Sean Mannion (QB Oregon State): 40/1
Christian Hackenberg (QB Penn State): 50/1
Cody Kessler (QB USC): 50/1
Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State): 50/1
Jacob Coker (QB Alabama): 50/1
Javorius Allen (RB USC): 66/1
Leonard Fournette (RB LSU): 33/1
Thomas Tyner (RB Oregon): 66/1
Rakeem Cato (QB Marshall): 75/1
Matt Johnson (QB Bowling Green): 100/1
Taylor Kelly (QB Arizona State):100/1
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7 Comments
BGSU getting some love
Reply35 months
According to Bovada, Fournette's Heisman odds have since changed to 33/1.
Reply35 months
lol this has a lot less to do with oddsmakers honestly thinking he has a 66/1 chance of winning the heisman than it does with a lot of betting houses itching to capitalize on some over excited lsu fans
Reply35 months
He also had a main back in 2011. Ware before the suspension, was averaging a little over 18 carries a game. The closest to him was Ford averaging a little over 9 carries a game.
Reply35 months
In the Les Miles era, LSU has had a main back every year save 2011 (ware, ford, hilliard) since 2006. When miles has a back that's better than the rest, he gets the majority of the carries.
Reply35 months
For Leonard's sake please let this stuff stop. If he doesn't run for 20 yards a play people will call him a failure. Les will bring him on slowly. He has a lot to learn that only experience can teach.
Reply35 months
Is this a joke? LSU has never legitimately gotten behind a single player and really promoted them for heisman with a campaign. Add to that the whole platoon mentality that for better or worse we will not move away from and a RB is not going to win it from LSU.
Reply35 months
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