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After LSU's season opener was canceled due to weather on Saturday night, Leonard Fournette's odds of winning the 2015 Heisman Trophy have decrease from 12-1 to 14-1, according to Bovada.

*Numbers in (parentheses) are odds on 9/2/15.

*Current odds are bold.

Cardale Jones (QB Ohio State) (16/1) 7/1
Trevone Boykin (QB TCU) (6/1) 9/1
Ezekiel Elliott (RB Ohio State) (5/1) 9/1
Nick Chubb (RB Georgia) (12/1) 10/1
Cody Kessler (QB USC) (12/1) 10/1
Seth Russell (QB Baylor) (33/1) 12/1
Deshaun Watson (QB Clemson) (12/1) 12/1
Leonard Fournette (RB LSU) (12/1) 14/1
Derrick Henry (RB Alabama) (25/1) 14/1
Josh Rosen (QB UCLA) (40/1) 14/1
Malik Zaire (QB Notre Dame) (33/1) 14/1
Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) (33/1) 16/1
J.T. Barrett (QB Ohio State) (8/1) 25/1
Connor Cook (QB Michigan State) (25/1) 25/1
Jeremy Johnson (QB Auburn) (12/1) 25/1
Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State) (20/1) 25/1
Jacoby Brissett (QB North Carolina State) (100/1) 33/1
Royce Freeman (RB Oregon) (33/1) 33/1
Everett Golson (QB Florida State) (33/1) 33/1
Jalen Hurd (RB Tennessee) (100/1) 33/1
Joshua Dobbs(QB Tennesse) (50/1) 40/1
Jared Goff (QB California) (50/1) 50/1
Samaje Perine (RB Oklahoma) (25/1) 50/1
Mason Rudolph (QB Oklahoma State) (100/1) 50/1
Kyle Allen (QB Texas A&M) (66/1) 66/1
Alex Collins (RB Arkansas) (50/1) 66/1
Brad Kaaya (QB Miami) (50/1) 66/1
Paul Perkins (RB UCLA) (33/1) 66/1
Joey Bosa (DE Ohio State) (100/1) Off the Board
Tyler Boyd (WR Pittsburgh) (100/1) Off the Board
Corey Clement (RB Wisconsin) (66/1) Off the Board
James Connor (RB Pittsburgh) (50/1) Off the Board
D.J. Foster (RB Arizona State) (66/1) Off the Board
Christian Hackenberg (Penn State) (50/1) Off the Board
Taysom Hill (QB BYU) (33/1) Off the Board
Justin Thomas (QB Georgia Tech) (66/1) Off the Board
Laquon Treadwell (WR Mississippi) (100/1) Off the Board
Marquise Williams (QB North Carolina) (100/1) Off the Board
Nick Wilson (RB Arizona) (100/1) Off the Board
Scooby Wright (LB Arizona) (100/1) Off the Board
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Voters are stupid when it comes to non QBs, most of these guys dont watch 80% of the college football they should to make a realistic assessment of who the best choice is.
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If he goes off with 100-yard, multi-TD performances against the likes of Auburn, Bama, Arkansas, and UGA/Tenn in the SECCG,I would hope that the voters would adjust for the statistical dropoff from one missed cupcake.
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