In college football, just like most competitive sports, playing efficiently on the field is important, but without an image to back it all up, that efficiency sometimes gets overlooked. Often, a good image sells, as was the case for NFL-bound Marcus Mariota, who clinched the 2014-2015 Heisman Trophy in a landslide with 2,534 votes and won all the five voting regions. His closest rival, Melvin Gordon, was only able to rack up 1,250 votes. In spite of his Superstar status, Mariota is known to have an admirable on and off-field discipline, no wander many NFL teams are dying to have him, as opposed to Jameis Winston, whose stardom has been marred by countless controversies, making him a risky gamble.Still, in the media, the general “silent” rule is that negative sells… that’s why tabloids and news sites are often filled with names and activities about the “bad boys”, with very little attention being given to the good-doers. Nevertheless, whether you are as disciplined as Mariota, or as explosive in character as Winston, the bottom line is that the Superstar status more often than not proves invaluable at some point in your career, especially if you couple it with a strong performance on the field. Former Texas A&M player Johnny Manziel and Baylor’s Robert Griffin III are good examples of just how important it is to be a celebrated figure in the world of college football. With that in mind, here are our projections for the players likely to emerge as top superstars in the 2015 college football betting season.
Here are our Top NCAA Football Odds Superstars for the Coming Season
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