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Louisville's National Title Odds Continue To Slide

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The bad news is that Louisville's odds to win the national championship continue to slide with each passing week. The Cards are now listed by Bovada at 28/1 to win the BCS title game, making them tied for the 12th choice.

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship         

Alabama                       9/5

Oregon                         15/4

Ohio State                    11/2

Stanford                       11/1

Florida State                 12/1

Clemson                       14/1

Georgia                        18/1

LSU                              25/1

Miami                           25/1

Oklahoma                     25/1

Baylor                           25/1

Louisville                      28/1

Michigan                       28/1

UCLA                            28/1

Washington                   33/1

Texas A&M                   50/1

Oklahoma State            100/1

South Carolina              100/1

Northwestern                 100/1

Florida                          150/1

Virginia Tech                 250/1

Michigan State              300/1

Missouri                        300/1

Nebraska                      500/1

Mississippi                   500/1

The better news is that Teddy Bridgewater remains the bettors' second choice in the Heisman race.

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                  8/5

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)          11/2

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)            15/2

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                 10/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                       10/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                    12/1

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)         12/1

Eddie Lacy (RB Alabama)                      15/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                       18/1

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)               20/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                      25/1

De'Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)           25/1

Everett Golson (QB Notre Dame)           25/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                  25/1

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                      25/1

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                   25/1

Bryce Petty (QB Baylor)                         25/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                      33/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                     50/1

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)         66/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                    100/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)              100/1