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Sport Heisman Trophy odds 2019: Will shoo-in Joe Burrow challenge O.J. Simpson’s record for most lopsided vote?

02:30  12 december  2019
02:30  12 december  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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There is no doubt Joe Burrow will win the Heisman Trophy . The only question is if he sets the record for He shattered LSU passing records , set the SEC record for touchdowns in a season and In his Heisman season, Murray completed 69 percent of his passes for 4,361 yards and 42 touchdown

Heisman Trophy Odds Via SportsBetting.ag. Joe Burrow -30000. Will Joe Burrow break O . J . Simpson ' s record ? Historically speaking, O . J . Simpson ’ s 855 first-place vote count in 1968 is the highest tally recorded , with Tory Smith’s 801 first-place votes in 2006 places him 2nd behind “Juice”.

Joe Burrow is a virtual lock to win the 2019 Heisman Trophy on Saturday. The LSU quarterback is the biggest favorite we have seen since Troy Smith won the award in 2006, and he could surpass Smith as the Heisman Trophy winner with the second-most first-place votes in history. While Burrow’s play has taken some of the excitement out of this year’s ceremony, there are other ways to put the entertainment back in the evening with these Heisman Trophy betting odds.

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Heisman Trophy odds 2019

  • Joe Burrow -30000
  • Jalen Hurts +2500
  • Chase Young +3300
  • Justin Fields +3300

Burrow has been the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy since leading LSU to its first victory over Alabama in eight years back in early November. He has set numerous school and SEC records during his historic 2019 season, and he will join Billy Cannon as the second Heisman Trophy winner in LSU history on Saturday.

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The Heisman Trust announced the finalists for the 2019 Heisman Trophy on Monday night. The 2019 Heisman Trophy winner will be announced on Saturday night, though we can expect to hear more from our finalists and snubs during a busy week of awards for the best in college football.

The top vote -getters for college football' s most famous player of the year award were announced Monday Burrow is the clear front-runner to win the Heisman on Saturday night in New York after a record -breaking season, leading the Tigers (13-0) to the top seed in the College Football Playoff.

Unlike the other finalists for the award, he hasn’t had an off game. Burrow has been sharp throughout the season, and LSU has defeated five different teams ranked in the top 10. The senior quarterback has been the odds-on favorite for over a month as the best player on the best team in the land, and there’s no way that anyone else is named the winner on Saturday.

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So who will finish second in voting?

  • Chase Young +120
  • Jalen Hurts +120
  • Justin Fields +200

This will be the first bit of intrigue on Saturday night. Chase Young has been the best defensive player in the country in 2019, and his performance against Wisconsin and Penn State made him a finalist for the award. He notched a combined seven sacks in those two games, and he has 16.5 sacks on the year.

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The top vote -getters for college football' s most famous player of the year award were announced Monday, and three of them were quarterbacks Burrow is just the second Heisman finalist for LSU since candidates began being invited to New York for the presentation ceremony in 1982, and the first

O . J . Simpson . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As a junior in 1967, Simpson was a close runner-up in the Heisman Trophy balloting to quarterback Gary Beban of UCLA. Simpson gained more than 1,000 rushing yards for each of his next three seasons. Joe Gallagher. TV (executive producer).

Young’s profile is probably the largest of the remaining three finalists, but he might split votes with teammate Justin Fields. Fields has thrown 40 touchdowns with just one interception in leading Ohio State to an undefeated season.

Hurts’ support is the biggest mystery of any finalist. He is the only player representing the Big 12, and he should receive votes west of the Mississippi River, but there are two big questions regarding his candidacy.

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The first question is whether voters have Oklahoma fatigue. Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy in 2017 and 2018, and voters might be inclined to vote for other players just to have support someone other than a Lincoln Riley quarterback.

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Monday, the four finalists for the 2019 Heisman Trophy were announced — LSU quarterback Joe In fact, the only drama is how close Burrow , a transfer from OSU, can come to O . J . Simpson ‘ s record The maximum you can bet on Burrow to win the most prestigious trophy in college sports is ,000

LSU' s Joe Burrow has set SEC records with 4,715 passing yards and 48 passing touchdowns thus far this season. Or, to recognize widespread expectation and put it another way, three people were invited to New York to sit next to LSU quarterback Joe Burrow before he wins the Heisman Trophy .

The second question is whether voters will be awestruck by his stats. Hurts posted gaudy numbers in Norman this year, arguably outshining both Mayfield and Murray thanks to his exceptional running ability. He struggled down the stretch though failing to pass for more than 170 yards in his last two regular season games against TCU and Oklahoma State.

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Total first-place votes for Joe Burrow

  • Over 805 First Place Votes -500
  • Under 805 First Place Votes +300

Only two Heisman Trophy winners have received more than 800 first place votes. O.J. Simpson received a whopping 855 first-place votes in 1968, easily winning the Heisman Trophy over Leroy Keyes and Terry Hanratty, and Troy Smith trounced Darren McFadden and Brady Quinn to claim the Heisman in 2006 with 801 first-place votes.

Since there are 870 Heisman Trophy voters representing six different regions, the under might be a good bet as some voters are likely to go against the grain. Regional ties typically run deep in Heisman voting, and a half dozen players are worthy of votes. In addition to the other three finalists, players like J.K. Dobbins, Jonathan Taylor, Chuba Hubbard, CeeDee Lamb, Travis Etienne, and Trevor Lawrence may receive votes.

Will Joe Burrow break O.J. Simpson’s record of 855 first-place votes?

  • Yes +300
  • No -500

The best bet on the board is the ‘No’ here. Since there are only 870 voters, Burrow would need to receive 98.4 percent of the first-place votes on Saturday, and that’s very unlikely to happen given the regional biases we have seen in the past.

For example, even though Marcus Mariota was the third biggest winner in Heisman history back in 2014, 37 voters backed Melvin Gordon III and 49 voters took Amari Cooper over the Oregon quarterback. Even players like Trevone Boykin, Jameis Winston, Tevin Coleman, Dak Prescott and Bryce Petty received first-place votes, so Burrow is very unlikely to top The Juice here.

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