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Current Heisman, CFP and FCS Odds 2019 - 2020

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/19/2019

College football officially kicks off Saturday and Gambling911.com has all the latest odds, including to win the Heisman.


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SportsBetting.ag  updated its odds to capture the College Football Playoff championship as well as the Heisman Trophy. (to access the odds without a login, expand "Football" in the left-hand menu and go to "NCAAF Futures")
 
Additionally, SportsBetting.ag is the only sportsbook to have FCS title odds, and for the first time in years North Dakota State is not the favorite.
 
Notable movements for CFP and Heisman odds are indicated under each set.
 
According to data provided by SportsBetting, only one of the preseason Heisman favorites (Marcus Mariota, 2014) during the last decade has taken home the bronze statue. Five of the past 10 winners had odds of 75/1 or higher.
 
National Championship Odds

Clemson  2/1
Alabama  3/1
Georgia  8/1
Oklahoma  10/1
Michigan  10/1
Ohio State  14/1
Texas  20/1
LSU  25/1
Florida  33/1
Utah  33/1
Oregon  33/1
Washington  33/1
Notre Dame  50/1
Auburn  50/1
Texas A&M  50/1
Penn State  66/1
Nebraska  66/1
Miami  66/1
Wisconsin  80/1
Mississippi State  100/1
USC  100/1
TCU  100/1
Stanford  100/1
Michigan State  100/1
Virginia Tech  150/1
Iowa  150/1
Missouri  150/1
Florida State  150/1
Syracuse  150/1
Washington State  150/1
Baylor  150/1
Memphis  150/1
UCLA  150/1
Virginia  150/1
Army  250/1
UCF  250/1  
Kentucky  250/1
Iowa State  250/1
Purdue  250/1
SMU  250/1
South Florida  250/1
Northwestern  250/1
Utah State  250/1
Temple  500/1
North Texas  500/1
Northern Illinois  500/1
Western Michigan  500/1
Marshall  500/1
Hawaii  500/1
Buffalo  500/1
Wyoming  500/1
UAB  500/1

Notable movements in last month:

- Ohio State has gone from 9/1 to 14/1
- Michigan has gone from 16/1 to 10/1
- Oklahoma has gone from 12/1 to 10/1
- Texas has gone from 25/1 to 20/1
- Nebraska has gone from 50/1 to 66/1
- Washington has gone from 50/1 to 33/1
- Florida has gone from 25/1 to 33/1
- Notre Dame has gone from 33/1 to 50/1
- Wisconsin has gone from 50/1 to 80/1
- Mississippi State has gone from 66/1 to 100/1
- Penn State has gone from 33/1 to 66/1
- Utah has gone from 100/1 to 33/1
- UCF has gone from 150/1 to 250/1

Heisman Odds

Tua Tagovailoa  3/2
Trevor Lawrence  3/1
Jalen Hurts  8/1
Adrian Martinez  10/1
Jonathan Taylor  12/1
D'Andre Swift  14/1
Jake Fromm  14/1
Justin Fields  14/1
Travis Etienne  16/1
Justin Herbert  16/1
Sam Ehlinger  16/1
Ian Book  20/1
Austin Kendall  25/1
Jerry Jeudy  25/1
JT Daniels  25/1
Kelly Bryant  25/1
Shea Patterson  28/1
K.J. Costello  33/1
Rondale Moore  33/1

Notable movements in last month:

- A. Martinez has gone from 12/1 to 10/1
- J. Hurts has gone from 6/1 to 8/1

FCS Odds

James Madison  2/1
North Dakota State  3/2
Eastern Washington  11/2
South Dakota State 13/2
UC Davis  7/1
Jacksonville State  12/1
Maine  14/1
Weber State  16/1
Illinois State  22/1
Montana State  28/1
Nicholls State  28/1
Northern Iowa  33/1
Wofford  33/1
Towson  33/1
Kennesaw State  33/1
Indiana State  33/1
Colgate  33/1
McNeese State  33/1
Furman  40/1
Sam Houston State  40/1
Southeast Missouri State  50/1
Montana  50/1
Delaware  50/1
Elon  50/1
East Tennessee State  50/1

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