Thanks to a third straight sparkling performance, and one in a nationally televised 30-27 upset of the No. 5 USC Trojans, Washington State quarterback Luke Falk’s Heisman odds are getting better.
Bovada released new odds this morning which had Luke Falk going from 33-to-1 last week to 22-to-1 this week, shorting it by nearly a third. That number is now seventh best in the NCAA, behind Saquon Barkley, Baker Mayfield, Mason Rudolph, Lamar Jackson, Sam Darnold (don’t ask how) and Bryce Love.
For the year, Luke Falk is 164-for-220, 1,718 yards, 16 touchdowns and two interceptions. His yards per attempt (7.81) is also the highest of his career.
Bovada’s odds for WSU to win the national championship also got a little better after Friday night’s performance. The team moved from 75-to-1 to win it all to 66-to-1, pulling them even with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Alabama Crimson Tide (7-to-5) and Clemson Tigers (15-to-4) currently have the best odds.