Listed below are the 2014 betting odds to win the Heisman Trophy in College Football. The Heisman Trophy is one of the most prestigious awards in all of American sports and is presented annualy to the best college football player in the country. Voting is done by sports journalists from around the country that cover college football and also by past Heisman Trophy winners.
The ceremony is held annual in December after the college football regular season has completed and was held at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York City for most of its history. Following extensive damage to the building after on 9/11, the venue moved to Best Buy Theater in New York City, and the 2014 Heisman Trophy Ceremony will take place on Dec. 13, 2014.
The first Heisman Trophy was awarded in 1935 to Jay Berwanager. The award is generally given to a quarterback or running back and has developed controversy over the years neglecting defensive players. The only primary defensive player to win the award was Charles Woodsen in 1997. The award also was given to upperclassman for most of its existence, but that has changed in recent years with numerous freshman winning the award such as Johnny Manziel and Jameis Winston in consecutive years.
In recent years the Heisman Trophy Winner has not been on many preseason watch lists, and this is why the Heisman Trophy odds change drastically week to week during the college football regular season. Be sure to check back to this page often as this page gives you the latest odds on who is expected to win the 2014 Heisman Trophy.
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