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Updated: 2017-01-23T12:31:15-05:00

 



Vegas makes Lamar Jackson the third choice to win the Heisman in 2017

2017-01-23T12:31:15-05:00

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Mr. Bovada pegs Lamar Jackson's chances to become the second repeat winner of the Heisman Trophy a 7/1.

Odds to Win the 2017 Heisman Trophy

Baker Mayfield (QB Oklahoma)                          11/2

JT Barrett (QB Ohio State)                                 6/1

Lamar Jackson (QB Louisville)                           7/1

Sam Darnold (QB USC)                                     9/1

Saquon Barkley (RB Penn State)                        10/1

Jake Browning (QB Washington)                        10/1

Trace McSorley (QB Penn State)                        10/1

Deondre Francois (QB Florida State)                  12/1

Josh Rosen (QB UCLA)                                     12/1

Mason Rudolph (QB Oklahoma State)                12/1

Jalen Hurts (QB Alabama)                                  12/1

Derrius Grice (RB LSU)                                      15/1

Bo Scarbrough (RB Alabama)                            15/1

Nick Fitzgerald (QB Mississippi State)                22/1

Nick Chubb (RB Georgia)                                   25/1

Kamryn Pettway (RB Auburn)                             25/1

Shane Buechele (QB Texas)                               35/1

Luke Falk (QB Washington State)                       35/1




Recap: Louisville Runs By the Bulls

2017-01-22T20:13:34-05:00

A constant refrain in Coach Walz's interviews is that if he can get the "Big 3" playing consistently good then we'll be a tough team to beat.  The game against South Florida today proved that he was right.  Myisha Hines-Allen had 27 points/12 rebounds, Asia Durr had 12 points, and Mariya Moore had 5 points/5 rebounds/11 assists.  Every time the Bulls tried to make a run they came up big. Louisville jumped out to a 9-0 lead but had 6 turnovers in the first quarter which led to a 7-0 run for South Florida.  Even with an Asia Durr shot at the buzzer the lead was just 17-13 going into the second quarter.  However, in the next quarter the Cards had only one turnover and tightened up the defense and by the TV timeout the lead had grown to 30-18. Sirmon's nephew, for what it's worth, is a five-star quarterback in the 2018 class who is also committed to Washington. Shakin' the Southland recaps last night's win. Rick Bozich says Donovan Mitchell channelled his inner Russell Westbrook last night. ESPN's Myron Medcalf likes the 'Noles in a close one tomorrow. No. 12 Louisville at No. 10 Florida State, 2 p.m. ET Saturday, ESPN: In its first game without Quentin Snider, sidelined "two to three weeks" with a hip injury, Louisville stumbled into a 21-12 deficit against Clemson on Thursday. Not the typical start for a Cardinals squad at the KFC YUM! Center. But Louisville regained its senses and eventually played the way Louisville, No. 2 in adjusted defensive efficiency on KenPom.com, plays. The Cardinals blocked and altered shots at the rim. They snatched 47 percent of the available offensive rebounds and scored on putbacks. That's the formula that cost Florida State in its lone blemishes this season (Temple, North Carolina). The Owls and Tar Heels attacked the rim the way Louisville attacked Clemson, and both retrieved nearly 50 percent of their missed shots against the Seminoles. But FSU ain't Clemson. Dwayne Bacon and Jonathan Isaac guide a team that hasn't lost in Tallahassee this season. Saturday, Louisville will wish it had Snider in the final minutes of this thriller. Prediction: Florida State 85, Louisville 82 (overtime) And finally, Rick Pitino will be back on Ramsey & Rutherford this afternoon to preview tomorrow's game against Florida State. You can listen here. [...]