Leonard Fournette ran for another 101 yards on just 16 carries Saturday, but a heartbreaking loss to Auburn and the subsequent firing of coach Les Miles have drastically changed LSU’s 2016 outlook.
In turn, Fournette’s Heisman Trophy hopes have also changed.
The star Tigers tailback and SEC leader in yards rushing per game saw his odds to win the award dip from 25/1 to 50/1, alongside three other candidates from the conference.
Meanwhile, Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly’s stock improved after he threw for 282 yards and scored three total touchdowns in the Rebels’ rout of Georgia.
Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson is still the national front-runner with very strong 4/13 odds.
Here’s where things stand after Week 4:
SEC Heisman Trophy contenders (via sportsbook.ag)
|LSU RB Leonard Fournette||50/1||25/1|
|Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly||50/1||80/1|
|Alabama QB Jalen Hurts||50/1||50/1|
|Tennessee QB Josh Dobbs||50/1||100/1|