There’s something you never thought you’d read, right?
Originally listed at 28-1 odds of winning next year’s final BCS championship game earlier this month by Bovada.lv, Notre Dame has fallen to 40-1 odds of winning the title next year. The reason? Clearly the loss of starting quarterback Everett Golson, who has been suspended for the 2013 Fall Term for what is being called “poor academic judgment.“
Additionally, and not surprisingly, Golson has been removed from Bovada’s Heisman betting list. He was previously listed as a 22-1 favorite to win the trophy.
So, ya know… bet accordingly.