It is far from easy to win the Heisman Trophy two years running. In the long history of the award, only Archie Griffin of Ohio State can say he was recognized as the best player in college football on two occasions. That is the history that Louisville quarterback Lamar Jacksonhttps://herosports.com/college-football/player-comparison/lamar-jackson is battling as he tries to retain the Heisman but if September is anything to go by then he is at least giving it a shot.
Jackson is up to fourth place in the Vegas odds for winning the trophy after a dominating month to start the season. He has passed for 1,636 yards with 13 touchdowns and just three interceptions. He has also rushed for another five touchdowns, with a lot of this coming in limited work as his team blew out the opposition.