Friday, August 14, 2009

College Football Future Odds-2009 Heisman Trophy Betting

After coming off a very exciting season last year, there is plenty of surrounding the 2009 College Football Future odds Season. The 2009 Heisman Trophy Betting Odds have been released and a trio of quarterbacks lead the way. The favorite to win the award is University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow. Betting Lines have Tebow listed at +200 to win this year's Heisman Trophy Award. Tebow won the award just two season ago when he was only a sophomore. He will be leading a Florida Gators team who is coming into the season ranked as the number one team in the country. Ironically, Tebow led his team to a national title last year but came up short of winning the Heisman. If he is able to win the award again this year, Tim Tebow will join Archie Griffin as the only two time winners of the prestigious award.

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As it stands, Florida QB Tim Tebow (2007 winner) is the odds-on fave to take the award at +200 followed by Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford (last year’s winner) and Texas signal-caller Colt McCoy (+300).

Heisman Trophy ,As it stands, before there has been a single play this season, it looks like a three-man race, just like you would expect it to be with all three of the top finishers in last year’s Heisman voting returning for the 2009 season.

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The favorite, though not an overwhelming one, is Tim Tebow at +200 odds. Tebow won the Heisman in 2007 (the first ever sophomore to win the award) and finished 3rd overall in the 2008 Heisman voting despite receiving more 1st place votes than both Sam Bradford (winner) and Colt McCoy (runner-up). This year Tebow’s Florida Gators are the favorite yet again to win the BCS National Championship, and why not? With one of the best coaches/recruiters in the nation in Urban Meyer, and Tim Tebow running the offense, the Gators have a great chance at winning their 3rd national title in 4 years.

Oklahoma starting quarterback, Sam Bradford, last year’s Heisman Trophy winner has been installed at +275 odds to win the award for a second straight season. Bradford had one of the most prolific passing seasons in NCAA football history in 2008, racking up 4,7020 yards and 50 touchdowns while throwing just 8 interceptions. There are some concerns that the Sooners’ receiving corps aren’t as good as they were last year, but there’s little doubt that Bradford has an uncanny ability to find an open man.

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Colt McCoy, the quarterback for the Texas Longhorns is currently listed right next to Bradford as far as the odds are concerned at +275 odds to win the Heisman. McCoy was the real deal for Texas last year. He completed an amazing 76.7% of his passes, throwing for 3,859 yards and collecting 34 passing TDs while giving away just 8 interceptions. McCoy helped lead his team to a victory over the Oklahoma Sooners last season, but the Longhorns missed out on the BCS Championship game due to what many believe is a flawed point system. Nevertheless, McCoy will be back for his senior year, and the best may be yet to come for the Texas QB.
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