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Texas A&M's Kenny Hill, FSU's Jameis Winston Now Have The Same Odds To Win The Heisman Per Bovada

In less than a month, Kenny Hill has gone from being the man who might replace Johnny Manziel to becoming the player who might win Texas A&M its second Heisman in three years. 

Hill, who won the Aggies' starting quarterback job this August, had quite the collegiate debut against South Carolina, throwing for 511 yards and three touchdowns. He continued his elite play in Week 2 against Lamar, throwing for 283 yards and four touchdowns. 

The redshirt sophomore's performance has propelled him into Heisman talk. The Aggies' quarterback now has pretty good odds to win the sport's most prestigious trophy. 

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Here are the most updated Heisman odds, per Bovada:

  • Oregon QB Marcus Mariota - 11/2
  • Georgia RB Todd Gurley - 6/1
  • Florida State QB Jameis Winston - 15/2
  • Texas A&M QB Kenny Hill - 15/2
  • UCLA QB Brett Hundley - 14/1
  • Notre Dame QB Everett Golson - 16/1

The last two Heisman winners, Winston and Manziel, were both redshirt freshman and first-year starters. Hill is a year older than Winston and Manziel were when they won the award, but like those players, this is also his first year under center. 

Hill and Texas A&M take on Rice this Saturday at 9 p.m. E.T. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2.