by Bodog - 11/30/2005
The Heisman race is heating up with just over a week left before voters pencil in their picks. Bodog has posted the odds in time for the December 10 awards in New York.
Considered the most prestigious award in college football, the Heisman Memorial Trophy Award is given to the top player in the NCAA each year. In a highly contested race for one of the most coveted individual prizes in sports, two candidates stand out.
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The season-long duel between Southern California's dynamic running back Reggie Bush and Vince Young, the sensational Texas quarterback, is winding down and NCAA fans are placing their bets.
Coming off strong performances during his last few games, Bush is leading the way as the overwhelming favorite at 1/10 odds.
"Here we have two equally outstanding and deserving players vying for college football's top award, with their every move being analyzed before decision day," says Calvin Ayre, Founder and CEO of Bodog.
Other contenders for the Heisman Trophy, which will be presented at the New York Athletic Club, include Matt Leinart, the USC quarterback who won the trophy last year, and Notre Dame's junior quarterback Brady Quinn.
Odds to win the 2005 Heisman Trophy?
Reggie Bush (USC) 1/10
Vince Young (Texas) 9/2
Matt Leinart (USC) 18/1
Brady Quinn (Notre Dame) 55/1
For more information on Bodog's NCAA football wagers, see Bodog.