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Seminoles 2022 Schedule & Betting Odds
Florida State Seminoles Football
In a COVID-shortened 2020 season, Florida State posted its third straight losing year; its 3-6 record was its worst since 1976. There were bright spots, however, including a win against a ranked North Carolina team that left some room for excitement heading into head coach Mike Norvell’s second season at the helm. Oddsmakers agree, setting the Seminoles' win total at a slightly improved 5.5 mark heading into the season.
Above, you'll find results for all of the Seminoles games in 2021, including against-the-spread (ATS) and over/under records, as well as odds for their upcoming games, key injuries, trends, and more.
Florida State Seminoles Point Spreads
The Seminoles matched their disappointing 3-6 overall record by covering the spread in only three of nine 2020 games. For those unfamiliar, covering the spread is a reference to spread betting, the most popular type of bet. With a spread bet, a sportsbook sets the “line” of how many points they expect the Seminoles to win or lose by. Here’s an example:
- Florida State +6.5 (-110)
- Florida -6.5 (-110)
The underdog Seminoles in this game could cover the spread by winning the game outright or by losing by six or fewer points. If the Gators won by seven or more, Florida bettors would win their bets.
Florida State Seminoles Over/Unders
One way to have made money by betting on the Seminoles in 2020 was by making over bets on their over/unders. Over bettors on Seminoles games won 66% of the time last season.
Over/unders, also referred to as totals, are bets on the total scoring in a game by both teams combined. As an example, a sportsbook could set a 52.5 total for the Florida State vs. Florida game. If Florida State lost 33-20, over bettors would get paid because the teams scored 53 points. In the case of totals bets, which team wins or loses doesn't matter.
Florida State Seminoles Moneylines
If this is all too complicated, you can make it easy on yourself and bet Seminoles moneylines.
For a moneyline wager to win, you just need the Seminoles to win the game by any amount. To account for different likelihoods of either team winning the game, books adjust the payouts for either side. A +300 bet on Florida State as underdogs would return $30 in profit to a $10 bettor, while a bet against them at -300 means you'd have to risk $30 to profit $10.
Florida State Seminoles Props
Instead of betting on the team, how about betting on RB Jashaun Corbin? This is called a prop bet and is simply an over/under bet on a specific player's statistics for a game. If you think Corbin is due for a big day on the ground and books set his rushing yards prop at 59.5, you could bet the over and get paid if he rushes for at least 60 yards.
College football player prop bets can be sometimes hard to find, so make sure to locate a sportsbook that offers such markets.
Florida State Seminoles Futures
Want to bet on the entire Seminoles season instead of betting one game at a time? You can do that with futures bets.
Futures bets are exactly what they sound like: They're bets on a future result of the season for a team. You can bet on the total number of wins a team will have, the odds of the Seminoles to win the ACC, or individual players to win awards. These are priced like moneylines and can offer big payouts if poorly-regarded teams manage to surprise oddsmakers.