Don’t say it’s over.

If you’ve still got hopes for Stetson Bennett’s chances to take over at quarterback this season, you have the opportunity to put your money where your mouth is.

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12 responses to “Don’t say it’s over.

  1. Jim

    I saw that. That must be some kind of joke? Or he has the 14th best odds out of players on our team or something?

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    I guess they need more than Fields and Lovely and Talented on the board.

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  3. dawgfan1995

    Nice to see Jamie Newman is actually 4th on that list.

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    • Russ

      Yeah, I saw that. Now I guess I know what Auburn fans feel when a player that has never taken a snap for my team is immediately a Heisman contender.

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  4. Russ

    Where’s Kyle Trask? I guess their chart doesn’t account for Mullen “coaching him up”.

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  5. FisheriesDawg

    I’m not an experienced gambler. How much could I make shorting that one?

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  6. Macallanlover

    Funny, did they put odds on which team King will be taking his talents to in 2020? Odds not impacted by which offense he is playing in? Is there anything more stupid than something with the word “heisman” attached to it? Filler for the WWl and talking heads on radio only.

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  7. Gurkha Dawg

    Don’t you have to actually, you know, play in a game to win the Heisman?

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  8. Bulldog Joe

    The gamblers are a lot more bullish on Georgia’s offense turning it around than most of us are right now.

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  9. Mayor

    Stetson Bennett. I still have high hopes for him. He certainly is good enough play somewhere. But he also may need to go somewhere else to do it. Using golf as an analogy, back in the days when Wake Forest was really good, I had a friend who was a top golfer coming out of HS. Could have been a scholarship player and played most places but he had it in his mind he had to play at Wake Forest. So he enrolled there and walked on. Made the team. But he never got to play a single round in actual competition there. He could have been a starter at many major colleges. Hell at a lot of schools he would have been the best player on the team. But, alas he graduated never having played at all. What a waste.

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