College Football Predictions – 2010 Florida State SeminolesFootball Predictions – 2010 Florida State Seminoles
It will be strange looking at the Florida State Seminole College Football Picks team and not seeing Bobby Bowden on the sideline. New head coach Jimbo Fisher takes over a team that has a ton of talent on offense and a ton of questions on defense. If Fisher can do something about the defense this Florida State team could make it to the ACC title game. FSU were one of the most bizarre teams in college football last year they would struggle at home against a division double A team and then go out to BYU and blow a highly ranked cougar team off of the field. The Seminole went 7-6 overall in 2009 and were 4-9 against the spread, going over the betting odds total 8 times and under 5 times. The Seminole offense ranked 29th overall nationally averaging 421 yards per game, the team rushed for a little over 149 yards per game which was 60th in the country, The Noles scored 30 points per game and proved they can put points on the board against any team in NCAA football. The defense ranked near the bottom in nearly every category and that is totally out of character for a Florida State football team, they gave up as many points as thy scored per game and that is scary.
The 2010 Florida State offense returns 10 starters which will ufabet เข้าสู่ระบบทางเข้า again make them one of the most potent offenses in college football. The leader is senior Christian Ponder who completed 68 percent of his passes and threw for 2,717 yards before separating his shoulder in game 9 of the season last year. Ponder will throw to Bert Reid, Jarmon Fortson and Taiwan Easterling, all three of these guy’s had productive seasons a year ago with Reid leading the group with 710 receiving yards. The Seminole could have the best offensive line in the nation as they return all 5 starters from the unit. The running backs will be Jermaine Thomas and Chris Thompson, both are very capable of gaining 1,000 yards. The FSU offense should be fun to watch.