Where Can I Bet the Number of Wins FSU Seminoles Have in 2019?

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Mary Montgomery
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The Florida State Seminoles are favored to win OVER 7.5 regular season games priced at -130 in 2019.

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FSU Seminoles Odds 2019-20

Regular Season Wins Bet Here
Over 7.5 Wins         -130
Under 7.5 Wins       +105

ACC Bet Here

  • Clemson: 11.5 (Over +130, Under -156) 
  • Miami: 8.5 (Over -130, Under +112)
  • Virginia Tech: 8.5 (Over -146, Under +124)
  • NC State: 7.5 (Over +154, Under -184)
  • Florida State: 7 (Over -124, Under +106)
  • Wake Forest: 7 (Over -108, Under -108)
  • Boston College: 6.5 (Over +132, Under -156)
  • Duke: 6.5 (Over +205, Under -250)
  • Pitt: 6 (Over -108, Under -108) 
  • Virginia: 6 (Over -168, Under +144)
  • Syracuse: 5 (Over -146, Under +124)
  • North Carolina: 4.5 (Over -108, Under -108)
  • Georgia Tech: 4 (Over +124, Under -146) 
  • Louisville: 4 (Over +154, Under -184)

College Football Championship Bet Here
Odds to Win the College Football Playoffs
50002     Alabama         +225     
50001     Clemson         +225     
50004     Georgia         +700     
50003     Ohio State         +800     
50006     Oklahoma         +1200     
50005     Michigan         +1400     
50014     LSU         +2200     
50007     Texas         +2200     
50009     Washington         +2500     
50016     Auburn         +3300  
50010     Florida         +3300     
50011     Notre Dame         +3300     
50012     Oregon         +3300     
50008     Nebraska         +4000     
50019     Texas A&M         +5000     
50017     Miami FL         +6600     
50018     Penn State         +6600     
50013     Wisconsin         +6600     
50015     Mississippi State         +8000     
50020     Utah         +8000     
50021     USC         +10000     
50022     Virginia Tech         +10000     
50023     Iowa         +15000     
50027     Missouri         +20000     
50026     Syracuse         +20000     
50024     UCF         +25000     
50025     Kentucky         +50000   

2019 Florida State Seminoles Football Schedule

Aug. 31 Boise State (in Jacksonville)
Sept. 7 ULM
Sept. 14 at Virginia
Sept. 21 Louisville
Sept. 28 NC State
Oct. 12 at Clemson
Oct. 19 at Wake Forest
Oct. 26 Syracuse
Nov. 2 Miami
Nov. 9 at Boston College
Nov. 16 Alabama State
Nov. 30 at Florida

Team Outlook

From CFN:

Set The Regular Season Win Total At … 7

The Noles have to go on the road to deal with Clemson and Florida. Just assume two losses there, and then a few more among the big battles against Boise State, at Virginia, NC State, Syracuse and Miami, and be afraid of trips to Boston College and Wake Forest.

If and when Florida State becomes Florida State again, this is a 10-2 schedule with a realistic hope of splitting those showdowns against the Tigers and Gators. But for this team, starting to look the part, building it back up, and getting everything in place for a stronger Year Three under Taggart is the most likely step.

But being a ten-win program again would be just fine, too.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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