Heisman Trophy Odds Update: Tua Still Topping

Week 5 of college football is in the books and Heisman Trophy odds still see Tua Tagovailoa on top but that could change in the coming months.

Tagovailoa turned in a solid performance going 8 for 8 on passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns in a 56-14 win over Louisiana. While Tua currently tops the list, he will face his true challenges in November where the Tide will play the likes of LSU and Auburn.

An interesting dark horse candidate for the Heisman is West Virginia’s Will Grier. Grier turned a lot of heads over the last couple of weeks. He has led the Mountaineers to a 4-0 start, including 42-34 upset over Texas Tech. In that contest Grier threw 27/41 for 370 yards and three touchdowns. Like Tagovailoa, Grier’s true test will be in November where he will face off against Texas and Oklahoma defenses.

You can see the full set of Heisman Trophy odds below, pulled from Oddshsark.

Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama)+115
Dwayne Haskins (QB Ohio State)+500
Will Grier (QB West Virginia)+650
Kyler Murray (QB Oklahoma)+800
Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin)+1600
Trace McSorley (QB Penn State)+1600
Bryce Love (RB Stanford)+1600
McKenzie Milton (QB UCF)+1600
Shea Patterson (QB Michigan)+3300
D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia)+4000
Drew Lock (QB Missouri)+4000
Nick Fitzgerald (QB Mississippi State)+4000
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson)+4000
Jake Fromm (QB Georgia)+4000
Justin Herbert (QB Oregon)+5000
Khalil Tate (QB Arizona)+5000
David Sills (WR West Virginia)+6600
J.K. Dobbins (RB Ohio State)+8000
Ed Oliver (DL Houston)+8000
Jake Browning (QB Washington)+8000
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson)+8000
Jarrett Stidham (QB Auburn)+10000
Brandon Wimbush (QB Notre Dame)+12500
Kelly Bryant (QB Clemson)+12500
Ryan Finley (QB NC State)+20000


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