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Mason Rudolph’s Heisman Odds Drop after Ugly Road Win, but OSU’s Title Odds Stay the Same

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After his offense looked underwhelming in the overtime win in Austin, Oklahoma State’s all-time leading passer saw his Heisman odds take a decent hit for the second-straight week. His team’s odds to win it all, however, stayed the same.

Let’s look at the Heisman race first, though. Several other top candidates were in action as well. Let’s see where the current odds sit according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.

PLAYER TEAM THIS WEEK LAST WEEK
SAQUON BARKLEY PENN STATE 4-7 8-5
BRYCE LOVE STANFORD 2-1 7-5
J.T. BARRETT OHIO STATE 10-1 7-1
BAKER MAYFIELD OKLAHOMA 10-1 7-1
MASON RUDOLPH OKLAHOMA STATE 20-1 10-1
LAMAR JACKSON LOUISVILLE 25-1 15-1
JOSH ADAMS NOTRE DAME 40-1

Bryce Love fell into second place during Stanford’s bye week, thanks in part to Saquon Barkley and his 176 all-purpose yards and three scores in Penn State’s blowout of Michigan.

Barrett and Ohio State continue to blowout the bottom-dwellers of the Big Ten. Baker got the win but the Sooners looked anything but crisp on the road against K-State., and we know the ugly game OSU’s offense had.

Rudolph still leads all FBS quarterbacks in passing yards, is third in passer rating (191.0) and second in total QBR (86.9). There’s still plenty of time left and a of couple marquee games for the senior to show his stuff, starting with a trip to Morgantown this Saturday.

Here are the team odds to win it all.

Team This Week Last Week
ALABAMA 4-5 4-5
OHIO STATE 4-1 7-2
PENN STATE 8-1 12-1
CLEMSON 10-1 8-1
GEORGIA 10-1 20-1
TCU 20-1 25-1
Notre Dame 20-1 40-1
WISCONSIN 25-1 20-1
OKLAHOMA 25-1 25-1
OKLAHOMA STATE 25-1 25-1
MIAMI 25-1 30-1

Oklahoma State stayed the same here despite the hideous win. You have to think that whichever team wins Bedlam, if they make it there unscathed, will take a leap up near the top five here.

There are three Big 12 teams in the top 10 currently but none in the top five unfortunately. Also, Pac-12, where art thou? Jason Kirk posted a pretty interesting (and feasible) scenario in which three of the five major conferences get shut out of the playoff, which would be amazing and hilarious and a bummer for Oklahoma State fans all at the same time.

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