FSU football: Score prediction/analysis for FSU-UGA

Score prediction/analysis for Florida State football's Orange Bowl matchup versus the Georgia Bulldogs.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart talks with Georgia quarterback Carson Beck (15) during a football
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart talks with Georgia quarterback Carson Beck (15) during a football / Saul Young/News Sentinel / USA TODAY

FSU football will be taking on the Georgia Bulldogs in the Orange Bowl on Saturday, December 30th at 4:00 PM EST, which will be televised on ESPN. The Seminoles will have to get up to play this matchup after getting snubbed by the College Football Playoff committee.

There used to be a time when playing the Orange Bowl meant something. Unfortunately, when the committee snatched the opportunity of competing for a national championship away from the Seminoles, the players and fans began to lose interest in what was to come.

Who could blame them? Florida State did everything they had to do in terms of beating everyone on the schedule and winning their Power Five conference championship.

This will likely go down as a moment that the Seminole faithful will always remember. Unfortunately, this football team that worked relentlessly throughout the 2023 season will not be recognized for everything that they have accomplished due to the several players that opted out via the transfer portal or declaration of the 2024 NFL Draft.

As most individuals know, head football coach Mike Norvell emphasizes a no-quit mentality where they will showcase resiliency until the bitter end. Florida State is currently a 20.5-point underdog to the Georgia Bulldogs, and the spread is growing larger as we continue throughout the week.

However, this football team (what part of it is left) is confident in its abilities to put its best foot forward to win the game.


-Taylor Devers: UGA 37-17

-Kelvin Hunt: UGA 27-13

-Jason Zang: UGA 27-14

-Nick Andre: UGA 24-17

Well, there is a first time for everything. The ChopChat staff predictions had selected Florida State in the previous thirteen matchups against their opponents. However, it seems as though the Seminoles have found their toughest test with the Bulldogs. Who can blame the staff for thinking that when Florida State will be missing out on over twenty players from their roster via transfer portal and declarations of the 2024 NFL Draft?

I believe that FSU fans are hoping that the team can find a way to keep this game competitive. However, it is difficult to count out a Florida State that has won 19 straight games.

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