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Way-Too-Early 2018 Heisman Odds Have Been Released

The very early 2018 Heisman Trophy odds have been released.

We are almost 11 months away from naming the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner. A lot will happen before then.

There will be injuries, benchings, unexpected breakout stars emerging. You name it.

Bovada released its way-too-early 2018 Heisman Trophy odds today. Despite the fact it has largely been a quarterback award of late--15 of the last 18 winners have been QBs--two running backs top the list.

Stanford running back Bryce Love is the Heisman favorite with 7-1 odds, while Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor is second at 8-1. Love was a surprise returnee after many expected he'd declare for the NFL Draft, while Taylor had a massive freshman season in 2017.

Arizona's Khalil Tate is the first quarterback on the board with 9-1 odds. Alabama's rising sophomore sensation Tua Tagovailoa comes in next at 10-1.

Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins, Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm, Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham and West Virginia quarterback Will Grier are all listed at 12-1.

The full odds can be found below.

Which of these players do you like to win the Heisman?

There's certainly a lot of talent to choose from.