New Heisman Odds Narrow Field Down to Five Players

October 15, 2019

Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts entered last weekend as the heavy favorite to win the award and give the Sooners back-to-back-to-back Heisman winners.

Tua Tagovailoa, who finished second to OU’s Kyler Murray last year, has been fantastic and on Saturday, he threw for four touchdowns in a 47-28 win over Texas A&M. And with that effort he once again is the Heisman front runner.

Here’s how their numbers shake out so far:

Tua Tagovailoa – QB, Alabama (6-0) – 134-for-182, 2,011 yards (11 YPA), 27 TD, 1 INT, 35 rush yards, 2 TD

Joe Burrow– QB LSU (6-0) – 148-for-186, 2,157 yards (11.6 YPA), 25 TD, 3 INT, 105 rush yards, 2 TD

Jalen Hurts – QB Oklahoma (6-0) – 98-for-137, 1,758 yards (12.8 YPA), 17 TD, 3 INT, 630 rush yards, 8 TD

Justin Fields– QB Ohio State (6-0) – 98-for-141, 1,298 yards (9.2 YPA), 18 TD, 1 INT, 283 rush yards, 8 TD

Jonathan Taylor – RB Wisconsin (6-0) – 129 attempts, 825 yards, 14 TD, 15 REC, 136 yards, 4 TD

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