Updated 2020 Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 2

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Sportsbetting.ag on Monday released updated Heisman Trophy odds for 2019-2020 following the Week 2 games.  Only a name, valid text and email is required to open your online sports betting account.

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College Football Playoff movements:

Michigan went from 9-1 to 20-1
Ohio State went from 12-1 to 9-1
Texas went from 15-1 to 40-1
LSU went from 25-1 to 14-1
Utah went from 33-1 to 25-1
Penn State went from 50-1 to 33-1
Nebraska went from 66-1 to 100-1
UCF went  from 200-1 to 100-1

(Full odds below)

Jalen Hurts went into the season with the third-best Heisman odds at 8-1. Following Oklahoma's season opener, his odds dropped to 5-1. After another strong showing this past weekend, Hurts has now surpassed Trevor Lawrence and is second on the board at 3-1.


Heisman odds  
Tua Tagovailoa  5-2
Jalen Hurts  3-1
Trevor Lawrence  4-1
Jake Fromm  12-1
Sam Ehlinger  12-1
D'Andre Swift  16-1
Justin Fields  16-1
Joe Burrow  18-1
Jonathan Taylor  22-1
Shea Patterson  22-1
Justin Herbert  25-1
Travis Etienne  25-1
Jerry Jeudy  33-1
Ian Book  50-1

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