FSU Football Projected To Be In The Running For Double-Digit Wins In 2024

Can the Seminoles win at least ten games for the third consecutive season?


The Florida State Seminoles are coming off of a remarkable 13-1 year with an ACC Championship win while running the regular season table in 2023. With the upcoming season quickly approaching, oddsmakers have already started to gauge wins and losses in 2024, and according to DraftKings.com, the ‘Noles are projected to hold an over/under of 9.5 wins (+120, -148).


Plenty of new faces will be on the Seminole sideline this upcoming season. With players like quarterback Jordan Travis, defensive end Jared Verse, running back Trey Benson, defensive tackle Braden Fiske, and wide receivers Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson, among countless others, headed to the NFL, question marks will undoubtedly surround the roster before the ‘Noles face off against Georgia Tech in Ireland on August 24.


However, most of the roster holes seem to have been plugged. Florida State has the No. 4 transfer class and brought in players like quarterback DJ Uiagalelei, running back Roydell Williams, and defensive end Marvin Jones, Jr. to help bridge the gap and give FSU a chance at another ACC Title. 


The 2024 schedule does favor the ‘Noles. After their return trip from Dublin, they will host Boston College for their home opener and go on the first of three BYE weeks before facing a sneaky Memphis team who finished 10-3 last year. FSU will get Clemson, Miami, and Cal at home while facing ACC newcomer SMU on the road in Dallas. The last leg will see FSU travel to Notre Dame for their only away game in the final five weeks.


DraftKings also has the over/under for ACC rivals Miami and Clemson projected at 9.5, with +116 for the over and -142 for the under.


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Gideon Canice

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