Florida State Football: The Over/Under
This article is the next in a series of articles in which the Confidential selects the over/under for football wins in 2014. We’ll take a cursory look at the schedule and determine what we think is the point where folks will struggle to select “over” or “under.” We hope people will share their comments as to “why” they are going over/under. If you disagree with our over/under choice, of course, feel free to let us know too. The last team up: Florida State. We are going with an over/under of 11.5.
Here is the Florida State schedule:
08/30/14 vs. Oklahoma State TV Arlington, Texas 8:00 p.m. ET
09/06/14 vs. The Citadel TV Tallahassee, Fla. 7:30 p.m. ET
09/20/14 vs. Clemson * Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
09/27/14 at North Carolina State * Raleigh, N.C. TBA
10/04/14 vs. Wake Forest * Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
10/11/14 at Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. TBA
10/18/14 vs. Notre Dame Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
10/30/14 at Louisville * Louisville, Ky. TBA
11/08/14 vs. Virginia * Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
11/15/14 at Miami * Miami Gardens, Fla. TBA
11/22/14 vs. Boston College * Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
11/29/14 vs. Florida Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
Likely losses: None.
Likely wins: All
Florida State is the defending National Champion. And they have Jameis Winston returning. So it is difficult predicting them to lose ANY game. But the Seminoles will be tested significantly this year. We don’t think they necessarily will lose ANY games. But we have a hard time not giving Oklahoma State and Miami a punchers’ chance. Notre Dame, Clemson, and Florida all could pull the upset in Tallahassee. In theory anyway. We’ll see. We’ll give Florida State an over/under of 11.5. Real simple… sweep the regular season or not.
What do you think? Let us know on here or on Twitter @ acconfi.
Other over/unders: Wake Forest (4.5), Virginia (4.5), Notre Dame (8.5), Miami (7.5), NC State (5.5), North Carolina (6.5), Boston College (5.5), Virginia Tech (8.5), Duke (8.5), Georgia Tech (7.5), Pittsburgh (8.5), Louisville (8.5), Syracuse (7.5), Clemson (9.5), and Florida State (11.5)