2011 Heisman Trophy Winner Odds: Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson Both at 5 to 1

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Carrie Stroup
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2011 Heisman Trophy Winner Odds:  Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson

When it comes to the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner odds, Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson were both listed at 5 to 1 odds.  Betting on this event was available at Sportsbook.com until the show begins.  It is critical to open an online wagering account here before that time

Luck had been leading the pack throughout the season until his Stanford team lost in Oregon.

Dan Treadway of the Huffington Post pointed out what Andrew Luck has meant to the Stanford program all these years:

What has Luck meant to Stanford's football program?

In the three seasons prior to him taking the reins of the Stanford offense, the team had a collective record of 13-23 with no bowl appearances. Since 2009, the team has posted a collective record of 31-7, defeating Virginia Tech in the school's BCS bowl debut last January. On Thursday, Luck added yet another remarkable distinction to his long list of awards, taking home the 2011 Walter Camp trophy that is annually awarded to the top college football player in the nation. While his college accolades are numerous and impressive, many still believe that the best is yet to come from Luck, with NFL draft guru Mel Kiper claiming he is the second best prospect he has ever seen behind fellow Palo Alto product John Elway.

Andrew Luck (Stanford)

+500 or 5/1

Montee Ball (Wisconsin)

+7500 or 75/1

Robert Griffin III (Baylor)

-1500 or 15/1

Trent Richardson (Alabama)

+500 or 5/1

Tyrann Mathieu (LSU) +15000 or 150 to 1

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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