Although he’s one of three players invited to the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York City Saturday night, Dwayne Haskins has just the third-best odds to win the award. His odds somehow fell after a 499-yard, five-touchdown performance in the Big Ten Championship game.
After somewhat struggling for the second consecutive game, Dwayne Haskins’ odds to win the Heisman Trophy fell all the way to 100-to-1 this week.
While his Buckeyes prepare for a top-20 showdown against Michigan State in East Lansing, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman odds fall a bit ahead of Week 11.
Much like the Buckeyes did in the rankings, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman Trophy odds improve as well during Ohio State’s bye week this past weekend. It may still be a long shot, but anything is possible.
Much like Ohio State did in the rankings, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman odds fall as well after the Buckeyes suffered their first loss of the season at Purdue this past weekend.
With back-to-back 400-yard passing games, Dwayne Haskins is inching closer and closer to longtime favorite Tua Tagovailoa to win the Heisman Trophy at season’s end. He and Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray are now tied with the second-best odds.
His odds decreased but Dwayne Haskins jumped to second (again) in the Heisman odds following a dominant performance over Indiana.
Dwayne Haskins may have had his Heisman moment while leading the Buckeyes to a comeback win at Penn State last Saturday, but his Heisman odds have fallen back to third-best in the country ahead of Week 6.
Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins and J.K. Dobbins are now among the top-7 odds in the race for the Heisman Trophy at season’s end.
Dwayne Haskins currently has the third-best odds to win the Heisman Trophy and has a chance to prove just how good he is Saturday night against TCU.
Thanks to a record-setting performance in his debut start against Oregon State in Ohio State’s season opener, Dwayne Haskins’ Heisman odds increased drastically ahead of Week 2.
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