Odds to win the
2007 Heisman Trophy
Tim Tebow with best odds on
winning the 2007 Heisman Trophy, says bookmaker.
With the 2007 Heisman Trophy balloting closing in on college
football players, the odds makers are already posting the odds
on who will be awarded the prestigious symbol. At the online
Bodog Sports, the Florida
Gators quarterback Tim Tebow is the clear favorite to win the
2007 Heisman Trophy, listed with odds 1/5. Tim Tebow broke his
right, non-throwing hand a couple of days ago, but reports
indicate that he will be fine for the Florida's bowl game and is
clearly leading the rest of the players with his short odds.
Among the college football records he broke this year are the
all-time SEC quarterback TD record in a single season and the
school record for rushing touchdowns in a season and set a
career high with 5 rushing touchdowns in a game versus the South
Carolina Gamecocks this month. Tim Tebow is the only person ever
in NCAA history to score 20 touchdowns rushing and 20 touchdowns
passing in the same season.
Following Tim Tebow at the bookies most
likely the win the 2007 Heisman Trophy odds are the Missouri
Tigers quarterback Chase Daniel and the Arkansas Razorbacks
running back Darren McFadden, both players listed with odds to
win the 2007 Heisman Trophy of 3/1. With 5/1 odds comes the West
Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Patrick White. Boston College
Eagles quarterback Matt Ryan and Kansas Jayhawks quarterback
Todd Reesing share odds of 15/1 to win the Trophy. Hawaii
Warriors QB Colt Brennan is listed with odds 25/1 and underdog
to win the Heisman Trophy is the Oregon Ducks quarterback Dennis
Dixon. If any other player wins the 2007 Heisman Trophy, the
bookie will pay out 12/1.