Jameis Winston will win the 2013 Heisman Trophy Award Saturday night live on ESPN. There is no drama going in to the event. The media has been left scrambling for story lines after the Florida State Attorney failed to find merit in the claim of a woman in a sexual battery investigation, and elected not to bring charges against Winston.
The new questions: By how big a margin will Winston win Florida State's third trophy in its history, and, who will finish second.
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Odds: Winston is 1/150 to win. To cover the cost of a trip for two to for the weekend to New York, one would need to wager about $500,000 on Winston.
In 2005, Reggie Bush set a record with 91.77-percent of the possible points. In 2006, Troy Smith came close, earning 91.63-percent of the possible points.
Some voters have said that they will leave Winston off their ballot, despite the fact that he was never charged with a crime and the Florida Governor stating that his office was satisfied with the investigation and that there was no need to look into the matter any further.
STAT OF THE NIGHT: Charlie Ward had 46.3 times more 1st place votes - most all time - than any other player en route to 1993 Heisman.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 14, 2013
In that year, Charlie Ward earned 83.79-percent of the possible vote.