Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports
BetDSI Sportsbook posted odds to win the top 20 quarterback battles in college football for 2018 and included LSU.

LSU starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Joe Burrow +130
Myles Brennan +270
Lowell Narcisse +360
Justin McMillen +510

Here are some others from the SEC:

Alabama starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Tua Tagovailoa -230
Jalen Hurts +165

Arkansas starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Cole Kelley -180
Ty Storey +135

Florida starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Feleipe Franks +105
Emory Jones +130
Kyle Trask +820
Jake Allen +1740

Tennessee starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Keller Christ -185
Jarrett Guarantano +165
Will McBride +1750

Texas A&M starting quarterback Week 1 of 2018 regular season:
Nick Starkel -300
Kellen Mond +210
Filed Under: LSU Football

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McMillan is gone as far as Vegas is concerned. That’s why ya see those odds on the oldest qb who also played the best at spring game
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TAF should send someone to Vagas and bet a cool million on McMillien, than at the start of the 1st game let him have the 1st play at QB.Than pull him and put the 1st teamer in.
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Really like that Burrow bet...
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So I'm confused how this works. If Jalen Hurts starts Week1 and plays 50/50 through 4 weeks but ends up not playing after week 4, how do I list that?
Reply62 months
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Scrap that, I didn't read. It says Week 1. Hell, I dunno about Bama. Jalen could be the starter.
62 months
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If I was Pruitt I’d tell my 3rd cousin or neighbor go out 50G’s on Will McBride and we’ll spilt it. I’ll take him out after the first series
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Burrow is a great deal at plus money. Only way that doesn't hit is if he gets hurt in practice.
Reply62 months
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Shows how much they keep up. Jake Allen isn't even at UF anymore.
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Let’s you know how crappy their qbs are. One no longer on the team has a chance to win the starting job.
62 months
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Burrow is easy money
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I'm not hating on the kid but those who were good goo ga ga over McMillan after a SPRING scrimmage, pay attention. Hand crafted stats mean nothing
Reply62 months
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I think the odds are based on how people would bet, rather than purely on potential. If Burrow was hurt, the smart money bet would be on McMillain (unless he transfers, of course).
62 months
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"the smart money bet would be on McMillain (unless he transfers, of course)".....McMillain's not going to transfer. If he were really interested in getting playing time, he'd have transferred a couple years ago to a smaller school. I think he stays and finishes out his career here.
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