2013 Heisman Trophy Odds – Manziel Expected To Repeat As Favorite To Win 2013 Heisman Trophy


It is the award for the most outstanding college football players whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellent with integrity, and since it was first awarded back in 1935 it has ranked among the most prestigious in sports. The 2013 Heisman Trophy Odds is one of the oldest awards in college football, and one of the most prized. From the original winner, halfback Jay Berwanger of Chicago, all the way to last year’s winner, Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, some of the greatest players in the history of the game have raised the Heisman trophy, and gone on to do great things both with their schools and the NFL teams that subsequently draft them. So whom is the early online sports betting favorite to win the Heisman trophy in 2013? Well, according to the odds, history is about to repeat itself.

2013 Heisman Trophy Odds

2013 Heisman Trophy

According to the 5Dimes odds, the defending Heisman trophy winner Manziel is expected to win the award for the second-consecutive year, which would make him the first player to earn that accomplishment since Ohio State running back Archie Griffin did it in 1974-75. Griffin received more than 57-percent of the votes in each of his Heisman trophy-winning seasons, and while no player has done it since, the situation is certainly set up to favor Manziel. After winning the award as a freshman, Manziel is expected to take the next step and become even better as the quarterback at Texas A&M. Another year of experience and another year to expand the offense has added to the hype around him, and if he could somehow lead the Aggies to a national title in the SEC, there is no doubt that the Heisman would once again belong to him. Listed at 5/1 online betting odds to win it, a number of players have already locked in their wager for Manziel.

The biggest threat to Manziel’s chances at repeating as national champion is Braxton Miller, quarterback of the Ohio State Buckeyes’ team that will no longer deal with sanctions. Miller led the Buckyes to a perfect 13-0 record this past year under head coach Urban Meyer, and if it wasn’t for sanctions that prevented the program from challenging for a national title, it could very well be Miller we would be talking about as the sports betting favorite to repeat as the Heisman winner. Miller is listed at 7/1 odds to win the Heisman, and if he can even repeat what he did a year ago and lead Ohio State to a national title, there is no reason to think he won’t win it this time around.

With Manziel and Miller listed as the favorites, a number of other sleeper choices are available including De’Anthony Thomas of Oregon at 10/1 odds, and wide receiver Marqise Lee of USC at 10/1 odds. Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray could also be in the running at 10/1 odds with another excellent year for the Bulldogs, while Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez could be an excellent sleeper pick at 15/1 odds outside of the SEC. For all of the latest college football news and Heisman betting futures, be sure to check out the best online betting sites.

2013 Heisman Trophy Odds
Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M) 4/1
Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) 7/1
Marquis Lee (WR USC) 9/1
Aaron Murray (QB Georgia) 10/1
De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon) 10/1
A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama) 12/1
Duke Johnson (RB Miami) 12/1
Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina) 12/1
Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson) 15/1
Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska) 15/1
Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska) 18/1
Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon) 18/1
T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama) 18/1
Brett Hundley (QB UCLA) 20/1
Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor) 20/1
Everett Golson (QB Notre Dame) 22/1
Stephen Morris (QB Miami) 25/1
Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma) 30/1
Jeff Driskel (QB Florida) 30/1
Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona) 33/1
Devin Gardner (QB Michigan) 40/1
Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland) 40/1

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