After just one day, Bovada's Heisman odds look a lot different. J.K. Dobbins and Jonathan Taylor are now slight favorites to take the award home.
On Tuesday, Bovada's sportsbook released odds for the 2018 Heisman trophy. Jonathan Taylor was at 8/1, while J.K. Dobbins opened at 12/1.
Taylor had the second-best odds in the country with the initial release. He had a huge 2017 season, rushing for 1,977 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Badgers.
Dobbins was one of a few players at 12/1. Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm, West Virginia quarterback Will Grier, and Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham were tied with Dobbins.
Dobbins ran for 1,403 yards and seven touchdowns. He also picked up 135 yards and a score through the air.
Stanford running back Bryce Love opened as the favorite. After being a finalist for the Heisman this year, he holds at 7/1.
After just one day of these odds being up, Taylor and Dobbins are some of the big names moving on up. They are now co-favorites at 6/1.
Here's the full updated list from Bovada. Courtesy of St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Dave Matter:
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is also rising as a favorite. He went from 10/1 up to 7/1, tied with love.
Drew Lock enters the board at 25/1. He was off of the list on Wednesday.
The biggest fall appears to be Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver. If defensive players got any love for the Heisman, Oliver might be an intriguing choice.
He proved to be one of the most destructive defensive players in the country as a true freshman in 2016 under Tom Herman. However, between being a Group of Five star and a defensive player makes Oliver a bad bet.