Hendon Hooker's fading Heisman Trophy odds took a hit with every touchdown Tennessee fell behind by at South Carolina on Saturday night.
They officially ended when the senior quarterback suffered a season-ending torn ACL in his knee.
Hooker was taken off the Heisman Trophy board at sportsbooks, leaving Ohio State's C.J. Stroud as the odds-on favorite.
Stroud has one major regular-season hurdle left as Ohio State prepares to play host to Michigan on Saturday. However, even a loss to the Wolverines may not derail Stroud's path to the Heisman.
He is the -120 favorite at DraftKings and -130 at BetMGM, where Stroud has been backed by 10.6 percent of the total tickets and 19.0 percent of the money. Those figures will likely rise significantly for as longs the sportsbooks continue to take new Heisman bets.
The only other player within shouting distance at DraftKings is Southern California quarterback Caleb Williams at 1200. Now other player has shorter odds than Michigan running back Blake Corum at 1500.
BetMGM is offering Williams at 125, followed by North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye at 700 and Corum at 1100. Williams, who dropped to 1100 following the Trojans' lone loss to the season, is now back as the second favorite while drawing 6.7 percent of the bets and 5.3 percent of the money.
USC will play host to Notre Dame on Saturday ahead of a Pac-12 championship dates against Washington, Oregon or Utah.
Stetson Bennett, the quarterback for No. 1 Georgia, remains a massive longshot at 8000 both sportsbooks.
--Field Level Media