FanDuel Sportsbook released their win/loss total for the 2024 season for the Noles

FanDuel Sportsbook released their win/loss total for the 2024 season for the Florida State Seminoles.

Nov 4, 2023; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Florida State Seminoles defensive back Shyheim Brown
Nov 4, 2023; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back Shyheim Brown / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
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FSU football enjoyed the success of finishing with a 13-1 record after the 2023 season. However, the Seminoles will have to replace the likes of quarterback Jordan Travis, running back Trey Benson, wide receivers Johnny Wilson and Keon Coleman, tight end Jaheim Bell, defensive end Jared Verse, defensive tackle Braden Fiske, linebacker Kalen DeLoach, among many others.

It won't be an easy task to replicate what the accomplishments were last season. However, it seems as though head football coach Mike Norvell and company are ready for the challenge ahead.

The Seminoles were able to acquire fifteen transfers this offseason, which include headliners such as quarterback DJ Uiagalelei, defensive end Marvin Jones Jr., and cornerback Earl Little Jr.

However, the football team has to find a way to gel together with the ultimate goal of winning the ACC Championship for the second straight year in a row and reaching the 12-team College Football Playoff. FanDuel Sportsbook has released their over/under win total for the 2024 season.

Here are all of the win totals for the ACC:

-Florida State: 9.5

-Clemson: 9.5

-Miami: 9.5

-Louisville: 8.5

-NC State: 8.5

-North Carolina: 8.5

-SMU: 7.5

-Virginia Tech: 7.5

-California: 6.5

-Duke: 6.5

-Syracuse: 6.5

-Pittsburgh: 5.5

-Boston College: 4.5

-Wake Forest: 4.5

-Virginia: 4.5

-Boston College: 4.5

-Stanford: 3.5

ANALYSIS

Florida State has the same projected win/loss total from a season ago in the preseason. While there are some unproven pieces on this football team, the Seminoles could be successful given the framework of the schedule. I think the win/loss total of 9.5 is doable. However, it all relies upon the pivotal three-game stretch of Miami, North Carolina, and Notre Dame.

While I understand that this is ChopChat and not CaneChat, I find it difficult to fathom that Miami has a 9.5 win/loss total. The Hurricanes did add Washington State quarterback transfer Cameron Ward, but the program itself has only had one 10-win season since 2003.

The Seminoles are looking to prove their doubters wrong as they look to continue their sustainability as a football program.

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