Justin Vincent, 20/1 odds to win Heisman

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  1. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    Odds to Win 2004 Heisman Trophy
    Matt Leinart, USC 4/1
    Darren Sproles, Kansas St. 5/1
    Jason White, Oklahoma 8/1
    David Greene, Georgia 10/1
    Carnell Williams, Auburn 10/1
    Mike Williams, USC 12/1
    Cedric Benson, Texas 12/1
    Anthony Davis, Wisconsin 15/1
    Brad Smith, Missouri 15/1
    Chris Leak, Florida 16/1
    Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson 18/1
    Chris Rix, Florida St. 18/1 <<<<<<funny
    Kyle Orton, Purdue 18/1
    Walter Reyes, Syracuse 20/1
    Justin Vincent, LSU 20/1
    Braylon Edwards, Michigan 20/1
    Mark Clayton, Oklahoma 20/1
    Vince Young, Texas 28/1
    Aaron Rogers, California 30/1
    T.A. McLendon, NC State 30/1
    Craphonso Thorpe, Florida St. 30/1
    Andrew Walter, Arizona St. 30/1
    Geoff McArthur, California 40/1
    David Pollack, Georgia 60/1 <<<<no comment
    Josh Bullocks,Nebraska 60/1
    All Other Players 5/1

    Primary Position of 2004 Heisman Winner
    Quarterback 1/10
    Running Back 2/1
    Wide Receiver or Tight End 4/1
    Defensive Player 10/1
    Offensive Lineman 20/1
    Special Teams 50/1
     
  2. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Chris Rix <<<<<<<<<<<< f*ckin high-larious
    Mike Williams <<<<<<<<< I didn't know he was playing this year
    Cedric Benson <<<<<<<< Can a jailbird win the coveted award?
    Jason White <<<<<<<<<< Where is Ramah?
    David Greene <<<<<<<<< Overrated
    Carnell Williams <<<<<<<< Overrated

    Sproles wins it this year. Leinhart will not be nearly as effective this year.
     
  3. JVincent25

    JVincent25 Founding Member

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    Josh Bullocks? LOL. I'd take the 18-1 odds and take Charlie Whitehurst.
     
  4. Vega$$ainT

    Vega$$ainT Founding Member

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    there's no way vincent wins it, If fitzgerald couldn't win it as a sophmore, then no way can vincent win it.

    eric
     
  5. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Ok, vegas-AINT, I hope you got your helmet on after saying that.
     
  6. cajdav1

    cajdav1 Soldiers are real hero's

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    Anyone with any sense will agree with him. At 20-1 Mark Clayton looks like a good longshot, the voters woud feel good about giving it to White's teammate to soften the blow of him not winning it again, Stoops would probably give him extra touches, maybe on return teams, their entire offense returns and the guys who vote on post season awards love all OUch players anyway.
     
  7. Gandalf

    Gandalf Founding Member

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    I agree. Unless he gets hurt, Sproles is gonna run for 2000 yards, pretty much an automatic Heisman. And Leinart, with Winston Justice suspended, Rogers graduated, Colbert moving on, Williams out as of right now, their best returning receiver out due to academic ineligibility, Leinart comes to Earth hard IMO.
     
  8. wesfau

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    That's true....sophomores don't win Heisman trophies.
     
  9. Gandalf

    Gandalf Founding Member

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    Didn't help that Fitz was a receiver. IMO Pitt has been shorted on two Heisman Trophies due to position where they played. Fitz and Hugh Greene.
     
  10. lsu99

    lsu99 whashappenin

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    I try to ignore the Big 12 talk around here but it can be impossible. Many think this may be Mizzou's year. If they win the Big 12, Brad Smith could be a legitimate contender for the Heisman.

    Who is Braylon Edwards from Michigan? Seems like I should know who that is. I'm kinda late on getting my preseason college football mag this year.
     

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