Found September 11, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Two weeks into the 2013 college footballs season, not only is Teddy Bridgewater the Heisman favorite in the infamous “Heisman Pundit Straw Poll,” but he’s also the betting favorite. According to Bovada.com Bridgewater is the current favorite with 4/1 odds. This is his second straight week as the betting favorite for the award. Last week his odds were at 5/1. I’ve always thought that Louisville would have to be a serious title contender for Bridgewater to actually won the award. Although Louisville’s title chances are still alive and continue to look better each week, even if Louisville does run the table and get denied a shot at the title, I think his chances are very good at winning the award. Top Twelve Odds –Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville) 4/1 –Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M) 13/2 –Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon) 13/2 –Jameis Winston (QB Florida State) 7/1 –Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) 8/1 –A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama) 10/1 –De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon) 10/1 –Tajh Boyd (QB Clems
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