Updated Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 11

Updated Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 11

Joe Burrow Is A Heavy Betting Favorite to Win the Heisman Trophy
The stars have aligned for Joe Burrow’s ascension to Heisman Trophy winner after his commanding performance against Alabama. He is the -925 favorite (risk $925 to win $100) ahead of preseason darlings Tua Tagovailoa and Trevor Lawrence. While Tagovailoa, the fourth favorite at +2000, has been hampered by a high ankle sprain, Lawrence’s 2019 season has been a forgettable interception filled one.
 
Two weeks ago, Buckeye DE Chase Young was a big riser on the Heisman hopeful list but his controversial suspension last week has rained on that parade.

Updated Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 11

  • Joe Burrow (QB LSU) -925
  • Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +1400
  • Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +1400
  • Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +2000
  • Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +10000
  • Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +10000
  • Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +10000
  • J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +10000
  • Chase Young (DE Ohio State) +20000
  • D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +20000
  • Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +20000
  • Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +20000
  • Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +20000
NFL Opening Odds Week 11

NFL Opening Odds Week 11

NFL Week 11 opening odds are out, and here are the top games you need to an eye on this week.

NFL Opening Odds Week 11

Pittsburgh at Cleveland -3

Cleveland managed to sneak past Buffalo 19-16 on Sunday, but the Browns are facing a red-hot Steelers team that has won four straight and has the huge edge in coaching in this AFC North divisional matchup.

Atlanta at Carolina -6

The Falcons jumped all over Drew Brees and the Saints, and if they play like they did this past weekend, Carolina could be looking at its second straight loss after falling to the Packers on Sunday.

Houston at Baltimore -4½

Two of the best young quarterbacks in all of football will be lacing them up in this one, but right now, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are looking like the best team in the AFC and possibly all of football.

Denver at Minnesota NL

The Broncos had a bye on Sunday after dispatching Cleveland two weeks ago, but it won’t matter when they host a Vikings team that is far superior on both sides of the ball in this Week 12 inter-conference clash.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis -3

The Jags got a bye this past weekend after getting humbled at Houston two weeks ago. Jacksonville’s chances of winning this Week 12 AFC South battle look a lot better of Indy’s Jacoby Brissette misses this game after watching the Colts get upset by the lowly Dolphins on Sunday.

Dallas at Detroit NL

The Lions have dropped two straight and five of their last six, including a 20-13 road loss against Chicago on Sunday. With starting quarterback Matthew Stafford out of the lineup, the Lions have no chance of beating Dallas in this affair, even if the Cowboys aren’t necessarily legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

New Orleans -5 at Tampa Bay

Drew Brees suffered a career-high six sacks in the Saints’ stunning upset loss against Atlanta on Sunday, but beating the interception-tossing Jameis Winston and Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks like it will be a walk in the park even though Tampa Bay got a confidence-boosting win over Arizona on Sunday.

Arizona at San Francisco -13½

The Cardinals might have suffered a crushing 30-27, but Arizona clearly has a future star in rookie quarterback Kyler Murray. After putting up a real fight in their 28-25 home loss against the Niners in Week 9, the Cards look like a team that won’t go down without a fight against unbeaten Frisco.

Chicago at L.A. Rams -7

The Bears got past the Lions 20-13 on Sunday to snap a four-game losing streak, but I just can’t bring myself to back any team led by the mediocre Mitch Trubisky. L.A. has dropped four of six, including their 17-12 road loss at Pittsburgh, but the Rams are the pick here, even on the road.

Kansas City -4 at L.A. Chargers

The Chiefs blew what looked like a sure-fire win against Tennessee on Sunday while making Ryan Tannehill look like the second coming of Joe Montana. The Chargers have as much talent as any team in the league, but the Bolts are also the biggest bunch of underachievers around.

College Football Early Betting Spreads To Watch Week 12

College Football Early Betting Spreads To Watch Week 12

The game of the century lived up to its billing this past week and if you are already ready for Week 12 then make sure these games are on your list of games to bet and watch this week.

College Football Early Betting Spreads To Watch Week 12

Indiana at Penn State -14

Penn State got exposed in their upset road loss at Minnesota on Saturday. Indiana has been one of the most pleasant surprises in the country this season. The Nittany Lions take care of business at home to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Alabama -19½ at Mississippi State

Mississippi State recorded an emphatic 54-24 win over lowly Arkansas two weeks ago. The Bulldogs will be well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend. Unfortunately, Mississippi State is taking on Alabama at the wrong time with the Tide coming off a season-altering 46-41 home loss against LSU.

Michigan State at Michigan -14½

Michigan State has lost four straight, including their stunning 37-34 collapse against Illinois on Saturday. Michigan will be well-rested after getting a bye last weekend. The Wolverines are the easy pick to win their third straight, even if their blowout loss against Wisconsin did completely ruin their CFP hopes this season.

Wake Forest at Clemson -32

Wake Forest was looking good until their 36-17 blowout road loss at Virginia Tech on Saturday. Now, the Demon Deacons are looking like a team in trouble. Clemson that saw their College Football Playoff hopes get a big boost thanks to Alabama’s home loss against LSU.

Ohio State -51 at Rutgers

Ohio State has won all nine of their games this season by at least 24 points. Rutgers has lost seven of their last eight. Make no mistake about it, Justin Fields and the Buckeyes will have this game in control by halftime.

Georgia -2½ at Auburn

Jake Fromm and the Bulldogs have won three straight since suffering their only loss of the season. The Bulldogs will get tested in this SEC showdown, but Auburn has split its last four games, and that doesn’t bode well heading into this contest, even at home.

Minnesota at Iowa -3

After upsetting Penn State, Minnesota has a ton to play for as they seek to take another step toward an unbeaten season – and an improbable berth in the College Football Playoff.

LSU -21 Ole Miss

Joe Burrow and the Tigers rolled into Tuscaloosa and spanked the perennially-powerful Crimson Tide on Saturday. Now, all the Tigers have to do is avoid an upset loss, and they’re in the playoffs. Mississippi might have snapped a three-game skid by beating New Mexico State, but the Rebels don’t stand a chance in this Week 12 SEC clash.

Oklahoma -9 at Baylor

Oklahoma might have the higher national ranking, and the Sooners might be favored despite being on the road in this matchup. Baylor, though, is the only team in this matchup with a competent defense. The unbeaten Bears are playing at home with a chance to give their playoff hopes an insanely colossal boost by winning this Big 12 battle.

Arizona at Oregon NL

Arizona has dropped four straight while allowing 41points in two of those contests and at least 51 points in the other two losses. Oregon has won eight straight since losing its regular-season opener at Auburn, and the Ducks still have some legitimate playoff hopes even if they don’t get the respect they deserve playing in the weak Pac-12.

College Football Odds, TV & Streaming Schedule Week 11

College Football Odds, TV & Streaming Schedule Week 11

Fasten your seatbelts. College Football Week 11 is gearing up to be the best so far this week with playoff and conference championship dreams on the line. Here is are the Week 11 odds and how to watch all the big games.

College Football Odds, TV & Streaming Schedule Week 11

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7

7:30 PM ULL @ Coastal Carolina +14, 58½ ESPNU Dave Lamont, Ray Bentley
8:00 PM Temple @ South Florida +2, 49 ESPN Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8

7:00 PM UCF @ Tulsa +17, 69½ ESPN2 Dave Flemming, Gene Chizik, Paul Carcaterra
8:30 PM Washington @ Oregon State +10, 65 FS1 Cory Provus, Shane Vereen, Petros Papadakis

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9

12:00 PM 5 Penn State @ 13 Minnesota +6½, 48 ABC Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge
12:00 PM Maryland @ 3 Ohio State -43, 65 FOX Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt
12:00 PM Vanderbilt @ 10 Florida -26½, 49 ESPN Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky
12:00 PM Texas Tech @ West Virginia +2½, 59½ ESPN2 Beth Mowins, Becht, Boiman
12:00 PM 11 Baylor @ TCU +2½, 48 FS1 Brian Custer, Robert Smith
12:00 PM East Carolina @ 23 SMU -21, 72 ESPNU Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison
12:00 PM Western Kentucky @ Arkansas -1, 52½ SECN Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb
12:00 PM Purdue @ Northwestern -2½, 39 BTN Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis
12:00 PM Florida State @ Boston College -2½, 63½ ACCN Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
12:00 PM Massachusetts @ Army -34½, 62 CBSSN Ben Holden, Ross Tucker
12:30 PM Georgia Tech @ Virginia -16, 47 ACC RSNs Tom Werme, James Bates
2:00 PM Air Force @ New Mexico   POSTPONED to 11/23
2:00 PM UTSA @ Old Dominion -3½, 43 ESPN3
3:00 PM Stanford @ Colorado +3, 56 P12N Guy Haberman, Anthony Herron
3:00 PM Charlotte @ UTEP +13½, 58 ESPN+
3:00 PM South Alabama @ Texas State -7½, 41½ ESPN3
3:30 PM USC @ Arizona State -1½, 57 ABC Benetti, Gilmore, Kessenich
3:30 PM 2 LSU @ 1 Alabama -6, 63 CBS Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson
3:30 PM 20 Kansas State @ Texas -7, 58 ESPN Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
3:30 PM Louisville @ Miami -7, 49 ESPN2 Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek
3:30 PM Illinois @ Michigan State -14½, 45 FS1 Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen
3:30 PM 22 Wake Forest @ Virginia Tech +2½, 61 ACCN Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich
3:30 PM Connecticut @ 17 Cincinnati -35, 54½ CBSSN Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray
3:30 PM UAB @ Southern Mississippi -5, 50½ NFLN Dave Ryan, Michael Robinson
3:30 PM Georgia Southern @ Troy +3, 56 ESPN+
4:00 PM 18 Iowa @ 16 Wisconsin -9½, 38 FOX Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman
4:00 PM New Mexico State @ Ole Miss -28½, 64 SECN Dave Neal, DJ Shockley
4:00 PM North Texas @ Louisiana Tech -5½, 71½ Stadium (FB)
5:00 PM Georgia State @ ULM +2½, 76 ESPN+
6:00 PM FIU @ FAU -10, 60 Stadium
7:00 PM Missouri @ 6 Georgia -16½, 48 ESPN Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay
7:00 PM Appalachian State @ South Carolina -6, 51 ESPN2 Anish Shroff, John Congemi
7:00 PM Washington State @ California +7½, 52 P12N Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth
7:00 PM Utah State @ Fresno State -5½, 58½ CBSSN Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor
7:30 PM 4 Clemson @ N.C. State +32, 53½ ABC Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit
7:30 PM Liberty @ BYU -17, 58½ ESPNU Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia
7:30 PM Tennessee @ Kentucky -1, 41½ SECN Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
7:30 PM 15 Notre Dame @ Duke +8, 51 ACCN Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck
8:00 PM Iowa State @ 9 Oklahoma -14½, 66½ FOX Joe Davis, Brock Huard
10:15 PM Wyoming @ 21 Boise State -13, 48 ESPN Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer
10:30 PM Nevada @ 24 San Diego State -17½, 39 ESPN2 Clay Matvick, Ryan Leaf
11:00 PM San Jose State @ Hawaii -7½, 76½ Hawaii PPV,
Stadium (FB)
Latest College Football Betting Futures

Latest College Football Betting Futures

Before the first College Football Playoff rankings are released on Tuesday night, let’s take a closer look at the current College Football betting futures, including the Heisman Trophy odds and NCAA National Championship odds.

Latest College Football Betting Futures

After a few days of arguing, the early playoff rankings will take a backseat to Week 11 college football betting action that includes our first regular-season No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup since 2011 (also LSU-Bama). One of the two teams will lose its first game this season. The other matchup of undefeated teams includes No. 5 Penn State at No. 13 Minnesota. Plus, we have another top-20 matchup in No. 18 Iowa at No. 16 Wisconsin and four other games in which a ranked team is on the road and favored by 10 or fewer points,

Heisman Trophy Odds

Joe Burrow (QB LSU) +125
Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +350
Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +400
Chase Young (DE Ohio State) +750
Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +1000
D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +5000
J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +6000
Jake Fromm (QB Georgia) +8000
Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +8000
Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +10000
Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +10000
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +10000
Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +10000
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +12500
Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +15000
Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +20000
Jacob Eason (QB Washington) +25000
Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +75000

NCAA National Championship Odds

Ohio State +260
Alabama +275
Clemson +325
LSU +550
Georgia +1000
Oklahoma +1600
Penn State +2000
Oregon +3000
Utah +4500
Auburn +9500
Baylor +15000
Iowa +20000
Minnesota U +25000
Washington +50000
Notre Dame +50000
Michigan +50000
Florida +50000
Wisconsin +100000

Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

NFL Week 10 doesn’t begin until tomorrow but here are the early NFL Week 10 trending odds you need to keep an eye on.

Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

Buffalo +115 at Cleveland -2½, 41

All six of Buffalo’s wins have come against teams that currently own losing records, but the Browns have dropped four straight and five of six. The best news about Cleveland’s struggles is that Baker Mayfield’s loud mouth has been completely shut.

Detroit +125 at Chicago -3, 43½

Detroit’s only win over their last five games came against the rebuilding Giants, but Chicago has dropped four straight. I like Detroit on the road in this NFC North matchup, mostly because Bears GM Ryan Pace foolishly drafted Mitch Trubisky over both, Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson.

Baltimore -10 at Cincinnati +375, 47

After rushing for two scores to lead the Ravens to a commanding 37-20 win over the Patriots on Sunday night, I think it’s quite possible that blossoming quarterback Lamar Jackson could rush for 1,000 yards in this mismatch against the winless Bengals. Okay…make that 500 yards!

Kansas City -3½ at Tennessee +165, 48½

Whether star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is on the field for this matchup or not, it won’t matter. Believe it or not, Tennessee has actually turned over the keys to their to mediocre Ryan Tannehill.

Atlanta +450 at New Orleans -13½, 51

If Drew Brees and the red-hot Saints don’t have this game against the dysfunctional Falcons well in hand by halftime, I’ll be shocked!

Miami +415 at Indianapolis -11½, 43

Whether Jacoby Brissette plays or not, Indianapolis is the pick to get the win here. Personally, i’m not laying any of my hard-earned bucks on Indy as a double-digit favorite if mediocre veteran Brian Hoyer gets the start.

Carolina +190 at Green Bay -5½, 48½

Green Bay got exposed on Sunday against the Chargers just as I predicted this past weekend. Conversely, Carolina has gone 5-1 under second-year signal-caller quarterback Kyle Allen. I smell another upset brewing for Green Bay.

L.A. Rams -4 at Pittsburgh +173, 44½

The Rams have won two straight, but the Steelers have won gotten their collective act together by winning three in a row. Still, I’m going with L.A. in this Week 11 inter-conference clash out of sheer desperation if nothing else.

Minnesota +130 at Dallas -3, 47

The Boys host the G-Men on Monday night to cap off Week 10. Following what will almost assuredly be an easy victory, Dallas gets humbled in week 11 against a Vikings team that will be highly motivated after losing to the Chiefs on Sunday.

Latest College Football Betting Futures

Early College Football Trending Odds Week 11

College football Week 11 odds dropped yesterday. Of course, everyone will be focused on LSU facing Alabama and Penn State taking on Minnesota in TWO battles of undefeated teams. But there are other early college football Week 11 trending odds you need to keep an eye on.

Early College Football Trending Odds Week 11

Baylor vs TCU +1½

Unbeaten Baylor isn’t getting mentioned as a legitimate College Football Playoff contender. Now, I’m thinking TCU is going to find out that’s a mistake against the playoff-hopeful Bears.

Maryland vs Ohio State -42

The Buckeyes are well-rested after getting a bye last weekend while Maryland is reeling, having dropped four straight. Ohio State is ranked third in scoring (48.2 ppg) and first in points allowed (7.9 ppg). If this Week 11 Big Ten battle isn’t over by halftime, I’ll be completely stunned.

Penn State vs Minnesota +7, 47½

Count me among those that definitely didn’t see Minnesota’s now, nationally-ranked run coming this season. No matter…I believe Penn State’s quality wins this year and stout defense is far more meaningful.

Wake Forest vs Virginia Tech +2½

Nationally-ranked Wake Forest blew NC State out of the water 44-10 on Saturday. Virginia Tech was on the wrong end of a crushing 21-20 comeback loss against Notre Dame. Still, I’m expecting the Hokies to come out with some renewed focus to get the ‘upset’ win against the overachieving Demon Deacons.

No. 2 LSU vs No. 1 Alabama -6, 65½

If ever the Crimson Tide looked vulnerable to suffer a rare home loss, this huge Week 11 SEC showdown is it. LSU is ranked fourth in scoring (46.8 ppg) and quarterback Joe Burrow suddenly looks like a potential first-round NFL draft pick. Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa may be rusty after missing the last two games.

Iowa vs Wisconsin -8½

Iowa has won two straight including a shutout of Northwestern two weeks ago. Wisconsin has dropped two straight following a 6-0 start. The Badgers got completely dominated against Ohio State the last time out. Now, I believe Wisconsin looks like a team that’s in for a long day against an Iowa defense that ranks third in points allowed (10.1 ppg).

Missouri vs Georgia NL

Mizzou has lost two straight while Georgia has won two straight since suffering their only loss of the season. Now, following their big road win over Florida, Jake Fromm and the rest of the playoff-hopeful Bulldogs will have their way in Week 11.

Clemson vs NC State +30½

Since that embarrassing 21-20 win over North Carolina, the Tigers have put a mind-boggling 208 points on the board over their last four games!

Notre Dame vs Duke +6½

The Fighting Irish fought back from a second-half deficit on Saturday to record a stirring, 21-20 comeback win over Virginia Tech. Getting a double-digit win against a Duke team that has lost two straight looks like a near certainty.

Iowa State vs Oklahoma -13½

Iowa State will be looking to get back in the win column after having their three-game winning streak snapped. Unfortunately, the Cyclones are facing Oklahoma at the worst time possible. The Sooners will look to distance themselves from their playoff-damaging, 48-41 upset road loss at K-State.

College Football Odds, TV/Streaming Schedule Week 10

College Football Odds, TV/Streaming Schedule Week 10

Welcome to Week 10. Load up your smartphone calendars. Here is the full college football Week 10 TV & streaming schedule along with the betting odds for each game. Happy hunting!

College Football Odds, TV/Streaming Schedule Week 10

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31

8:00 PM West Virginia @ 12 Baylor -18½, 56½ ESPN Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee
8:00 PM Georgia Southern @ 20 Appalachian St -15, 44½ ESPNU Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

8:00 PM Navy @ Connecticut +27½, 55 ESPN2 Dave Lamont, Jim Mora

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

12:00 PM 14 Michigan @ Maryland +21½, 56 ABC Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay
12:00 PM Nebraska @ Purdue +3, 58 FOX Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman
12:00 PM N.C. State @ 23 Wake Forest -7½, 60½ ESPN Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
12:00 PM Houston @ UCF -21½, 71 ESPN2 Beth Mowins, Becht, Boiman
12:00 PM Buffalo @ Eastern Michigan pk, 49½ ESPNU Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison
12:00 PM UTSA @ Texas A&M -38½, 53 SECN Dave Neal, DJ Shockley
12:00 PM Boston College @ Syracuse -3, 60 ACCN Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
12:00 PM Northern Illinois @ Central Michigan +1½, 49½ CBSSN John Sadak, Randy Cross
12:00 PM Liberty @ Massachusetts +23½, 69½ NESN
12:00 PM Old Dominion @ FIU -17, 48½ ESPN+
2:00 PM Akron @ Bowling Green -6, 49½ ESPN+
2:30 PM Virginia Tech @ 16 Notre Dame -17½, 58½ NBC Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie
3:00 PM Troy @ Coastal Carolina +1, 60½ ESPN3
3:30 PM Miami @ Florida State -3, 47 ABC Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky
3:30 PM 6 Florida vs 8 Georgia -6½, 44½ CBS Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson
3:30 PM TCU @ Oklahoma State -2½, 59 ESPN Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek
3:30 PM 22 Kansas State @ Kansas +6, 54½ FS1 Provus, Vereen, Papadakis
3:30 PM Arkansas State @ ULM +2, 67½ ESPNU Kevin Brown, Ray Bentley
3:30 PM Rutgers @ Illinois -20, 50½ BTN Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen
3:30 PM Army @ Air Force -16, 45½ CBSSN Ben Holden, Ross Tucker
3:30 PM UNLV @ Colorado State -8½, 65 AT&T Sports
3:30 PM UTEP @ North Texas -23½, 60 NFLN Dave Ryan, Ben Leber
3:30 PM Marshall @ Rice +11, 47 Stadium (FB)
3:30 PM Middle Tennessee @ Charlotte +3, 65 ESPN3
4:00 PM 9 Utah @ Washington +3½, 47½ FOX Joe Davis, Brock Huard
4:00 PM Tulsa @ Tulane -10½, 60 ESPN2 Anish Shroff, John Congemi
4:00 PM Mississippi State @ Arkansas +7½, 58½ SECN Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb
4:00 PM Wofford @ 4 Clemson -46½, 59½ ACCN Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich
4:00 PM Pittsburgh @ Georgia Tech +7½, 43 ACC RSNs Tom Werme, James Bates
4:00 PM FAU @ Western Kentucky -1½, 50 ESPN+
4:30 PM Oregon State @ Arizona -5½, 71½ P12N Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron
5:00 PM Texas State @ ULL -22½, 55 ESPN+
7:00 PM Ole Miss @ 11 Auburn -19½, 52½ ESPN Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge
7:00 PM Northwestern @ Indiana -11, 43½ FS1 Brian Custer, Robert Smith
7:00 PM UAB @ Tennessee -12, 48 ESPNU Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer
7:00 PM 17 Cincinnati @ East Carolina +23½, 47½ CBSSN Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray
7:30 PM 15 SMU @ 24 Memphis -6, 71½ ABC Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit
7:30 PM Vanderbilt @ South Carolina -15½, 51 SECN Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
7:30 PM Virginia @ North Carolina -2½, 46½ ACCN Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck
8:00 PM 7 Oregon @ USC +4½, 62 FOX Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt
9:00 PM Colorado @ UCLA -7, 64½ P12N Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth
10:00 PM BYU @ Utah State -3½, 50 ESPN2 Benetti, Gilmore, Kessenich
10:30 PM New Mexico @ Nevada -3½, 58½ ESPNU Clay Matvick, Ryan Leaf
10:30 PM 21 Boise State @ San Jose State +17, 59½ CBSSN Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor
11:59 PM Fresno State @ Hawaii -2, 69½ Stadium (FB)
Updated NFL MVP Odds & Betting Outlook

Updated NFL MVP Odds & Betting Outlook

There is a new 2019 NFL MVP winner betting odds favorite. Granted, Patrick Mahomes is still on the sidelines, but Aaron Rodgers has earned his new frontrunner status.

Updated NFL MVP Odds & Betting Outlook

Rodgers is 35 years old and is on pace to finish with 4,600 yards passing, 32 touchdowns, and four interceptions. He is the +260 moneyline betting favorite to be named AP’s NFL MVP for 2019. This is just one year after a miserable injury-plagued season in which he boasted a 25-2 touchdown-to-interception ratio. However, the Packers finished the season a disappointing 6-9-1. This season with a new coach and an upgraded defense, Green Bay already has seven wins this season.

Joining Rodgers atop the NFL MVP odds list is Russell Wilson, who is a close second at +275 moneyline odds. His 68.4% completion rate is 7.9% higher than his expected completion rate. What does that mean? It indicates that he’s completing a lot of passes that defy the laws of physics. No QB in the league is asked to do more with less talent and within his offensive system. He is the reason the Seahawks are 6-2 and will make the playoffs.

The surprise name in the top ten of the NFL MVP odds list? Kirk Cousins! He is a +2500 contender to be name MVP by AP tied with teammate Dalvin Cook. The Vikings QB was more than invisible in his team’s first month. He was a liability. After the first four games of the season, Minnesota was 2-2 and was scraping the bottom in pass attempts per game at 24.8, passing yards per game at 169, and passing touchdowns with 3 all season.

However, Cousins has bounced back since being called out by teammate Adam Thielen. Minnesota went from trying to limit Cousins’ impact to opening the playbook and playing with a win or go home attitude. The Vikings shifted away from its conservative, run-heavy offense towards a full on air attack centered around its redoubled efforts in play-action. Now Cousins leads the NFL in yards per pass attempt (9.3) and completion rate (72.1 percent). He is second in passer rating (115.2), ranks fifth in touchdown passes (13), and is fourth in completion rate (69.8 percent).

Now more on Cook’s NFL MVP odds. With 823 rushing yards and 293 receiving yards through the first eight games, Cook is on pace for 1,646 rushing yards and 2,232 yards from scrimmage. He will have to have a big second half to the season; otherwise, he will split the MVP votes that will go to running backs with Carolina’s Christian McCaffrey.

Updated NFL MVP Odds

Aaron Rodgers +260
Russell Wilson +275
Lamar Jackson +600
Deshaun Watson +700
Patrick Mahomes +1000
Tom Brady +1500
Christian McCaffrey +1500
Dak Prescott +2000
Dalvin Cook +2500
Kirk Cousins +2500
Jimmy Garoppolo +5000
Jacoby Brissett +5000
Matthew Stafford +5000
Carson Wentz +6600
Nick Chubb +8000
Alvin Kamara +10000
Jared Goff +10000
Michael Thomas +10000
James Conner +12500
Amari Cooper +12500
Travis Kelce +12500
Odell Beckham Jr +15000
Philip Rivers +15000
Todd Gurley +15000
Brandin Cooks +15000
Derek Carr +15000
Davante Adams +15000
Ezekiel Elliot +15000
Khalil Mack +15000
Juju Smith-Schuster +15000
Josh Allen (BUF) +15000
Mike Evans +15000
Kyler Murray +15000
Julio Jones +15000
Leonard Fournette +15000
Marcus Mariota +15000
Joe Mixon +20000
David Johnson +20000
DeAndre Hopkins +20000
Derrick Henry +20000
Baker Mayfield +20000
Phillip Lindsay +20000
Andy Dalton +25000
Jameis Winston +25000
Aaron Donald +25000
Daniel Jones +50000
Mitchell Trubisky +50000
Matt Ryan +50000

Updated Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 11

Updated College Football Futures Heading Into Week 10

Time to check in on the latest college football betting futures odds on who will win the Heisman Trophy and NCAA National Title.

Ten weeks ago, would you have believed that neither Tua Tagovailoa or Trevor Lawrence would be Heisman Trophy betting favorites? Or that a team NOT named the Alabama Crimson Tide or Clemson Tigers would be atop the AP Top 25 college football rankings?

Updated College Football Futures Heading Into Week 10

The early weeks of the 2019 football season were flush with talk about ‘Tanking for Tua,’ but there’s a new horse in the race for not only the Heisman but for the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. At Week 10, it’s all about LSU QB Joe Burrow who now is the +115 betting favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. Moreover, LSU is currently the top-ranked team in the nation! All thanks to Burrow. Last season, entering the Tigers’ eighth game of the season, the 22-year-old had thrown a measly six touchdowns to go with two interceptions. Fast forward to 2019. After nine weeks of action, Burrow had 29 touchdowns and just three interceptions. Add all of that up and LSU is ranked number one in the nation and the third favorite to win the NCAA Football National Championship at +500.

Heisman Trophy Odds

Joe Burrow (QB LSU) +115
Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +300
Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +400
Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +600
Jake Fromm (QB Georgia) +5000
J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +5000
Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +8000
D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +9000
Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +10000
Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +10000
Kelly Bryant (QB Missouri) +10000
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +10000
Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +12500
Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +15000
Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +20000
Jacob Eason (QB Washington) +22500
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +25000
Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +50000

NCAA Football National Champion Odds

Clemson +260
Alabama +280
Ohio State +300
LSU +500
Georgia +1500
Oklahoma +2000
Penn State +2500
Florida +4000
Oregon +4850
Utah +5000
Minnesota U +10000
Auburn +10000
Baylor +15000
Iowa +20000
Wisconsin +20000
Michigan +25000
Notre Dame +25000
Washington +50000
USC +50000
SMU +50000
Texas +50000
Boise State +50000