Following a second Ohio State blowout in a row, Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett continues to lead Big Ten players in the Heisman odds.
Barrett, whose odds to win the Heisman before last weekend’s 48-3 win over Tulsa were 11/2, now has 6/1 odds to win the award, according to the latest Bovoda odds.
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Barrett shares 6/1 odds with two fellow quarterbacks: Lamar Jackson from Louisville and Deondre Francis from Florida State.
Along with Barrett on Bovoda’s odds list are Michigan defensive back Jabrill Peppers and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley.
Peppers odds remain the same at 18-1, the second-highest to win the Heisman among Big Ten players.
On the other hand, Barkley’s odds improved from 66/1 to 33/1 following his five-touchdown effort against Pitt.