The Daily Sauce — June 23, 2022: FSU Football Given +2800 Odds to Win ACC
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The Daily Sauce — June 23, 2022: FSU Football Given +2800 Odds to Win ACC

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Lead Story

Just two months and a few days separate us from the start of Florida State football’s 2022 season. Coming off four straight losing seasons, big things are hardly expected of the Seminoles.

The latest odds from Circa Sports list FSU at +2800 to win the ACC. That means that a $10 bet would pay $280.

Overall, the Seminoles were given the eighth-best odds to win the conference. FSU is coming off a 5-7 season but did win five of its final eight games last season.

The Seminoles return most of their production from last year with quarterback Jordan Travis headlining the offense and safety Jammie Robinson doing likewise for the defense. Entering its third year under head coach Mike Norvell, FSU used the transfer portal to address needs along the offensive line, at wide receiver, defensive end and linebacker.

Unsurprisingly, Clemson was listed as the favorite to win the conference. The Tigers were followed by Miami, Pittsburgh and NC State. FSU will open the 2022 season at home against Duquesne on Aug. 27.

Between the Lines for June 22, 2022

No athletic events scheduled.

On the Agenda for June 23, 2022

No athletic events scheduled.

Rolling News and Notes

Several former and current FSU track and field athletes will compete at the USATF Championships in Eugene.

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Mike Ferguson

Mike Ferguson is the lead writer for Double Fries No Slaw and has more than 10 years of experience in online and print journalism. Mike graduated from Florida State University in 2009 and has had his work featured at numerous prominent publications such as Fox Sports, the Associated Press, Athlon Sports, Yahoo Sports and Sports Illustrated among others. Prior to joining Double Fries No Slaw, Mike was the founder and editor of The Daily Nole. He also serves as the managing editor for Fifth Quarter and is a contributor for Athlon Sports, Fish Stripes and Orlando Pinstriped Post. Mike and his wife Jennifer reside in Haines City, Fla. and have two daughters.