UofL FOOTBALL | Adam Froman Discusses Louisville's "Odds"

09/27/2016 07:02 PM

Louisville’s “odds” continue to improve.

As of Monday, the Cards odds of winning the national championship was 11/2. That is tied for third-best in the country with Clemson.

Alabama has the best odds to win the title at 3/1, while Ohio State sits in second at 4/1 odds.

Meanwhile, Louisville QB Lamar Jackson has 2/5 odds as of Monday to win this year’s Heisman Trophy. He is the clear front-runner for the award. Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett and Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey have the second-best odds to win the Heisman Trophy at 7/1.

Former U of L quarterback Adam Froman stopped by cn|2 Sports on Tuesday night to talk about what these “odds” mean for the program moving forward.

Andrew Chernoff

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