Last Updated on September 20, 2021

We are nearly a quarter of the way through the 2021-2022 college football season. That means the Heisman Trophy betting market is starting to take form, and the clear candidates are rising to the top. Each week at ActionRush, we provide a look at the odds movement and latest market prices for each candidate. These odds can move based on performance, public betting, injury or other factors.

Let’s take a look at the latest Heisman Trophy odds, a look at Matt Corral, Bryce Young, and Spencer Rattler odds movement, and a look at who the top candidates will play in Week 4.



Latest Heisman Trophy Odds – Week 4

After Week 3 of the college football season, there was some significant odds movement in the Heisman Trophy odds market. Below, you will find a chart with each candidate and the best prices at various legal sportsbooks. Finding the best prices is a key part of betting on the futures market, and helping become a bettor better in the long term.

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Matt Corral Heisman odds rise, favored entering Week 4

Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral is now the Heisman Trophy favorite entering Week 4. He is +200 to win the Heisman, and is running away with the “stats” part of the award. Through three games, Corral has nearly 1000 passing yards, nine passing touchdowns, and has added five scores on the ground. Here is a look at his Heisman odds since the season began.

  • Now: +200
  • Week 3: +400
  • Week 2: +550
  • Entering Week 1: +1400

The next game is a big one for Corral and Ole Miss, as they have a bye in Week 4 before taking on Alabama in Week 5. This will be a huge college football game for the Heisman Trophy market as the two favorites in Corral and Alabama’s Bryce Young will face off.

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Bryce Young Heisman odds climb after Florida win

Alabama’s biggest test to date came in Week 3 against the Florida Gators, and they snuck by with a narrow victory. This helped Bryce Young’s Heisman odds for sure, but he did not have his “Heisman moment” yet. Nevertheless, he has 10 passing touchdowns in three games as a sophomore. Here is a look at Young’s odds since the season began.

  • Entering Week 1: +1000
  • Week 2: +350
  • Week 3: +300
  • Entering Week 4: +225

Young and the Crimson Tide take on Southern Mississippi in Week 4. Alabama is favored by 45 points, so expect Young to compile a terrific first half or so to pad his stats for the Heisman Trophy ahead of the Week 5 showdown with Ole Miss.


Spencer Rattler Heisman odds fall again

As the preseason favorite, Rattler’s odds only had one way to go…down. With that said, falling to +1800 by Week 4 is not something that was expected from the Oklahoma quarterback. So far in three games this season, Rattler has seven touchdowns and two picks while rushing for two more scores. While that is not “bad”, it is certainly not up to Heisman level of stats or performance. Let’s take a look at Rattler’s odds since the season started.

  • Entering Week 1: +800
  • Week 2: +450
  • Week 3: +550
  • Entering Week 4: +1800

In Week 4, Oklahoma faces West Virginia at home. The Sooners should win by a landslide, but have struggled (relatively) so far this season. Could an upset be brewing?


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