Heisman and national title odds courtesy of PointsBet.
Movers Of Note
Bryce Young: +185 since 11/1 (was +200 on 10/31):
Kenneth Walker III: +450 to +300:
CJ Stroud: +450 to +400:
Matt Corral: +500 to +550:
Caleb Williams: +800 to +900:
Kenny Pickett: +1700 to +2000:
Sam Hartman: +5000 to +2200:
TreVeyon Henderson: +3300 to +3000:
Desmond Ridder: +5000 since 10/31:
Bryce Young Is Top Dog:
The Alabama quarterback remains on top after he completed 24-of-37 passes for 302 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions in the 20-14 home win over the visiting LSU Tigers last week. Young was obviously among the standouts in an extremely underwhelming victory against a weak LSU team, especially one that is on the road in a hostile Tuscaloosa environment.
So far this season, he’s completed 69.4% of his passes for 2,755 yards with 28 touchdowns and just three interceptions on 304 passing attempts. It wasn’t too long ago that Young and Corral were neck-and-neck in this race, but it seems that Young is continuing to pull away by the week, and it’s hard to envision a scenario in which the Crimson Tide signal-caller doesn’t walk away with the award for this season, barring a big performance that can’t be ignored by someone like Walker or Corral.
Young will take the field against New Mexico State next in what should be a victory by a large margin for Alabama, then will have the chance to strengthen his odds more with Arkansas and Auburn to follow of the schedule.
Kenneth Walker III’s odds increase despite team loss:
Walker and his No. 8-ranked Michigan State Spartans suffered a 40-29 upset loss to an unranked Purdue team last Saturday, but that didn’t negatively impact his odds — they actually increased over the weekend for the running back, jumping from +450 to +300. Against the Boilermakers, Walker carried the…