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November 14, 2023

There are four clear contenders in the Heisman race as we enter the home stretch of the college football regular season. Bo Nix is the -110 favorite, followed by Michael Penix Jr. at +300, Jayden Daniels at +400 and Marvin Harrison Jr. at +450. No one else has odds lower than +3300.

Incredibly, one of those top four had +5000 Heisman odds just last week ๐Ÿ˜ฎ. But then Daniels made history last weekend against Florida by becoming the first FBS player ever with 350+ passing yards and 200+ rushing yards in the same game.

We talked with trader Wyatt Satre about Danielsโ€™ big jump and if the LSU ๐Ÿฏ QB can win the award despite his teamโ€™s 7-3 record.

ASK THE TRADER: Our odds were too high on Daniels last week, we overreacted a bit to his injury against Alabama. Even with his incredible stats, Daniels likely needs some of the top contenders to lose games down the stretch. Given that LSU doesn’t get to play in the SEC Championship Game, it could really hurt Daniels’ chances if the other top guys get that stage. The only Heisman winner in the last 5 years that lost 3 games was Caleb Williams last year, and two of his losses came in the Pac-12 Championship Game and the Cotton Bowl.