Ohio State's odds of winning the national championship and Dwayne Haskins' odds of winning the Heisman Trophy have both fallen to 12/1, per the oddsmaker Bovada, following the Buckeyes' 49-20 loss to Purdue on Saturday.
In the national championship race, Ohio State previously had the third-best odds at 7/1, but is now tied with Michigan for the fourth-best odds, behind Alabama, Clemson and Notre Dame.
In the Heisman race, Haskins was previously tied for the second-best odds at 3/1, but is now tied with Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson for the third-best odds, behind Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.
|TUA TAGOVAILOA, QB, ALABAMA||4/11|
|KYLER MURRAY, QB, OKLAHOMA||7/2|
|DWAYNE HASKINS, QB, OHIO STATE||12/1|
|SHEA PATTERSON, QB, MICHIGAN||12/1|
|TRACE MCSORLEY, QB, PENN STATE||14/1|
Haskins' drop comes despite the fact that he set Ohio State's single-game records for pass completions (49) and passing yards (470) against Purdue, as those numbers come on a whopping 73 pass attempts (also the most in Ohio State history) and were not nearly enough to lead the Buckeyes to a win on Saturday.