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Heisman Watch: Can Bryce Young Repeat as the Winner?

Only one player has taken home the Heisman twice. Former Ohio State running back Archie Griffin won it in both 1974 and 1975. 48 years later, oddsmakers believe that Bryce Young can be the second man to do it.
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Heisman Watch: Can Bryce Young Repeat as the Winner?

Only one player has taken home the Heisman twice. Former Ohio State running back Archie Griffin won it in both 1974 and 1975. 48 years later, oddsmakers believe that Bryce Young can be the second man to do it.

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The Alabama quarterback is given +250 odds, or an implied 28.6% chance to win a second straight Heisman. His biggest competition is believed to be Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud who’s given +350 odds, or an implied 22.2% chance to win the award. Those two aren’t alone though. Newly minted USC Trojan Carson Williams is given +800 odds, or an implied 11.1% chance to come out on top.

Then oddsmakers look at big-name longshots. Clemson’s DJ Uiagalelei is given +1500 odds to rebound from an awful season by winning the Heisman. New Oklahoma QB Dillon Gabriel is given +3000 odds to show that his numbers at UCF were no fluke. Georgia backup QB JT Daniels is given +3000 odds to win his job back and take the Heisman. Meanwhile, Stetson Bennett isn’t even listed on the opening market.

The first non-QB on the market is exactly the same as last year, Texas running back Bijan Robinson. The electric running back is given +5000 odds, or a 2% chance of becoming the first running back to win the award since Derrick Henry in 2015.

Heisman Trophy Odds

PlayerOddsImplied chance
Bryce Young+25028.6%
CJ Stroud+35022.2%
Caleb Williams+80011.1%
DJ Uiagalelei+15006.3%
Dillon Gabriel+30003.2%
JT Daniels+30003.2%
Kedon Slovis+40002.4%
Spencer Rattler+40002.4%
Anthony Richardson+50002%
Bijan Robinson+50002%

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