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Golson News: Florida State Odds Drop

Florida State was considered a long shot for the upcoming college football season by most online sportsbooks after losing stud QB Jameis Winston to the NFL Draft.

But news that Notre Dame pivot Everett Golson would transfer there has sent a flurry of FSU money to the sportsbook window, according to Kevin Bradley of Bovada.

“When rumors starting flying around of Golson going to FSU their odds dropped steadily down from 33/1 to 25/1, and once those rumors were confirmed we saw another influx of FSU bets dropping them to 12/1,” he said.

“This addition puts FSU in the top five in odds, but they are still distant to favorite Ohio State at 7/2 who have taken more money than any other team.”

Watching the college football future odds plunge from 33/1 to 12/1 certainly caught the attention of many sports bettors. The question now is whether that is knee-jerk money or purely speculative value wagering.

The Seminoles had not lost a game in two years before getting pounded in the national championship semifinal last year. Golson has the potential to start another long winning streak at Florida State.

Top Odds To Win 2016 College FB Champ. Game at Bovada as of May 20
  • Ohio State 7/2
  • Alabama 7/1
  • TCU 10/1
  • Auburn 12/1
  • Florida State 12/1
  • USC 18/1
  • Notre Dame 20/1
  • Baylor 20/1
  • Clemson 22/1
  • Oregon 22/1
  • Georgia 25/1
  • Michigan State 25/1
  • Oklahoma 25/1
Top Odds To Win 2015 Heisman Trophy at Bovada as of May 20
  • Ezekiel Elliott (RB Ohio State) 6/1
  • Leonard Fournette (RB LSU) 15/2
  • Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State) 8/1
  • Nick Chubb (RB Georgia) 8/1
  • Trevone Boykin (QB TCU) 8/1
  • Cody Kessler (QB USC) 12/1
  • Cardale Jones (QB Ohio State) 12/1
  • Everett Golson (QB Florida State) 14/1
  • Derrick Henry (RB Alabama) 16/1
  • Paul Perkins (RB UCLA) 18/1
  • Connor Cook (QB Michigan State) 20/1
  • Deshaun Watson (QB Clemson) 20/1
  • Jeremy Johnson (QB Auburn) 20/1
  • Samaje Perine (RB Oklahoma) 20/1
  • Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) 25/1