Smart Money on Manziel for Heisman, But ...

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Odds are out on the 2013 Heisman Trophy race, and you know what that means:

We are bound by laws of nature to freak out about them.

An examination of The Linemakers’ mock Heisman odds shows a familiar favorite at 3/1:

You guessed it, Johnny Football.

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