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Chancing it: Bulldogs and the BCS, Murray and the Heisman

ATHENS - I won't be making my bachelor-party foray to Las Vegas until June. So in the meantime we have to jump around the web to dig up the various odds for the next college football season.



These will change over the next few months, though not drastically. So going into the 2012 season, it's fair to say that Georgia will be a preseason top 10 team, whom some consider a national championship candidate, and Aaron Murray is on the list of Heisman Trophy candidates.



Odds to win the BCS championship, according to Bovada.com (formerly Bodog.com):



LSU .............................................. 19-4

Southern California ....................... 5-1

Alabama ...................................... 11-2

Oklahoma .................................... 10-1

Florida State ................................. 12-1

Georgia ......................................... 14-1

Oregon ........................................... 14-1

Arkansas ....................................... 20-1

Notre Dame .................................... 20-1

Michigan ......................................... 22-1

Clemson .......................................... 25-1



Other teams of note:



Florida ............................................... 30-1

South Carolina .................................. 30-1

Auburn ............................................... 50-1

Missouri ............................................ 85-1

Georgia Tech .................................... 150-1



Odds to win the Heisman Trophy, according to Thespread.com:



Matt Barkley, USC .............................. 3-1

Montee Ball, Wisconsin ...................... 4-1

Denard Robinson, Michigan ............... 5-1

Landry Jones, Oklahoma ................... 6-1

Geno Smith, West Virginia ................ 8-1

Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina ......... 10-1

Aaron Murray, Georgia ..................... 10-1

Rex Burkhead, Nebraska ................. 20-1

Sammy Watkins, Clemson ............... 20-1

AJ McCarron, Alabama ..................... 20-1



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