Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral has emerged as the betting favorite to win the Heisman Trophy at U.S. sportsbooks ahead of the Rebels' trip Saturday to No. 1 Alabama.
The Oklahoma quarterback has been inconsistent, while Ole Miss' signal-caller has been nearly flawless. Mel Kiper answers questions from readers.
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— Matt Corral was not going to let an extended weather delay spoil his night. The Mississippi quarterback shrugged off the nearly two-hour pause and posted a record-setting performance.
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