The Heisman race is only heating up as we race toward the final few weeks of the season, and although there’s a favorite in Collin Klein, the final group of five invitees (or fewer, as it may be, but we’re expecting five) to the Downtown Athletic Club seems to change by the week, depending on who put up a big game and who struggled that Saturday.
Thus, Klein is leading Heisman betting odds, according to our own Adam Kramer—but the field is still volatile behind him.
Slight change in Heisman odds, Manziel gaining steam at @bovadalv: Klein (2/5), Manziel (11/4), Barner, Te’o, Lee (10/1), Miller (30/1).— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) November 16, 2012
You’ll notice Braxton Miller coming in as a long shot there at 30-to-1. We don’t advocate betting around here (seriously, don’t bet on sports, your life will be better for it), but we do wonder if perhaps Miller is being a little undervalued there.
Here’s the thing about Heisman voters: By and large, they’re journalists….
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