2010 Miss USA: Miss Georgia Cassady Lance 50 to 1 Odds

2010 Miss USA Miss Georgia Cassady Lance 50 to 1 Odds: The Peach State has very high hopes of their own Georgia peach – Cassady Lance to bring her best to the 2010 Miss USA competition. Go to BODOG.com to get the current odds on all of the Miss USA contestants.

2010 Miss USA: Miss Georgia Cassady Lance 50 to 1 OddsCurrently attending the University of Houston for her second degree in broadcasting, 50 to 1 odds Miss Georgia Cassady Lance graduated with a degree in media and performing arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. This 24-year-old beauty is no stranger to pageants as she was Miss Georgia Teen USA in 2003 and placed 3rd Runner Up in 2008 and 2nd Runner Up in 2009 in the state Miss division. It seems as though the 3rd time’s a charm after she finally won the Miss Georgia title in 2010.

"Having the opportunity to represent Georgia in the Miss USA pageant will give me an incredible platform to promote causes that are very important to me such as artistic expression in children," said Cassady Lance after winning the Georgia crown. "Perhaps the most exciting prospect is the chance to let people know that today's pageant contestants are strong, intelligent, and motivated women who are trying to make a difference in society."

Many in Georgia are crossing their fingers and hoping for a win in the 2010 Miss USA competition since there’s never been a win for the state. The highest placement they’ve ever received was 1st Runner Up in 1993. We’ll have to see if this contestant can bring those dreams home.

Tune in at 7 PM EST to NBC to watch 2009 Miss USA Kristen Dalton crown the new Miss USA at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Make sure to check out BODOG.com to get all of your favorite Miss USA contestants:

Miss Alabama – Audrey Moore: 16/1
Miss Alaska – Sarah Temple: 80/1
Miss Arizona – Brittany Bell: 50/1
Miss Arkansas – Adrielle Churchill: 30/1
Miss California – Nicole Michele Johnson: 8/1
Miss Colorado – Jessica Hartman: 25/1
Miss Connecticut – Ashley Bickford: 35/1
Miss Delaware – Julie Citro: 18/1
Miss District Of Columbia – MacKenzie Green: 100/1
Miss Florida – Megan Clementi: 60/1
Miss Georgia – Cassady Lance: 50/1
Miss Hawaii – Renee Mokihana Nobriga: 70/1
Miss Idaho – Jessca Cathleen Hellwinkel: 12/1
Miss Illinois – Ashley Bradarich: 50/1
Miss Indiana – Allison Biehle: 60/1
Miss Iowa – Katherine Anna Connors: 40/1
Miss Kansas – Bethany Gerber: 12/1
Miss Kentucky – Kindra Danielle Clark: 20/1
Miss Louisiana – Sara Brooks: 14/1
Miss Maine – Katie Whittier: 20/1
Miss Maryland – Simone Feldman: 65/1
Miss Massachusetts – Lacey Wilson: 20/1
Miss Michigan – Rima Fakih: 16/1
Miss Minnesota – Courtney Basara: 70/1
Miss Mississippi – Breanne Ponder: 25/1
Miss Missouri – Ashley Strohmier: 50/1
Miss Montana – Elizabeth Anseth: 80/1
Miss Nebraska – Belinda Wright: 11/1
Miss Nevada – Julianna Erdesz: 80/1
Miss New Hampshire – Nicole Houde: 80/1
Miss New Jersey – Chenoa Greene: 50/1
Miss New Mexico – Rosanne Dene Aguilar: 35/1
Miss New York – Davina Reeves: 50/1
Miss North Carolina – Nadia Shirin Moffett: 60/1
Miss North Dakota – Taylor Kearns: 30/1
Miss Ohio – Amanda Tempel: 50/1
Miss Oklahoma – Morgan Elizabeth Woolard: 11/1
Miss Oregon – Kate Paul: 20/1
Miss Pennsylvania – Gina Cerilli: 50/1
Miss Rhode Island – Kristina Primavera: 80/1
Miss South Carolina – Rachel Law: 30/1
Miss South Dakota – Emily Anne Miller: 50/1
Miss Tennessee – Tucker Perry: 20/1
Miss Texas – Kelsey Moore: 16/1
Miss Utah – Katya Dmitrievna Feinstein: 30/1
Miss Vermont – Nydelis Ortiz: 40/1
Miss Virginia – Samantha Casey: 16/1
Miss Washington – Tracy Turnure: 50/1
Miss West Virginia – Erica Jade Goldsmith: 40/1
Miss Wisconsin – Courtney Lopez: 25/1
Miss Wyoming – Claire Schreiner: 50/1