FSU Football Odds

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Betting on the ’Noles will be one of the most popular pastimes in Florida. And Florida State football odds will be household dinner conversation material on Friday nights.

A perennial college football powerhouse, the Florida State Seminoles are top 10 in all-time winning percentage, bowl appearances and bowl wins. FSU has made the College Football Playoff only once but has three national titles (1993, 1999, 2013) and was named champion via poll in five other years (1980, 1987, 1992, 1994, 1996).

Here’s how you can bet on Florida State Seminoles football online in Florida, including live odds on the next FSU football game once sports betting in Florida is legal.

Today’s FSU odds

See the best Seminoles spread odds for their next NCAAF game below. Click on any line to go directly to the online sportsbook, claim your bonus, and place the bet.

FSU National Championship odds

Below find the best odds on the Seminoles winning the National Championship. Click on any odds to go to the online sportsbook, claim your betting bonus, and place the bet.

McKenzie Milton Heisman Trophy odds

Check the latest Heisman odds for McKenzie Milton below. Click on any odds to go to the online sportsbook, claim your bonus, and place that Heisman Trophy futures bet.

How to read Florida State Seminoles betting lines

Whether betting on this week’s FSU moneyline, spread, or totals, you place the bet at the currently posted odds when you bet on Seminoles football at Florida sportsbooks. These odds are negative or positive, which tells you how much you stand to win if the bet wins. Here’s what a typical set of ‘Noles lines might look like at Hard Rock Bet:

Florida State @ LousivilleSpreadMoneylineTotal
Florida State+2.5 (-110)+115Over 60.5 (-110)
Louisville-2.5 (-110)-140Under 60.5 (-110)

Place a spread bet on Florida State with the points at -110, and you’ll win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet if Florida State wins or loses by two points or fewer. Bet Louisville -2.5 at -110 odds, and you’ll win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet if Louisville wins by three points or more.

You can also bet the Florida State moneyline at +115 odds. If they win outright, you’ll earn $115, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet. Bet the Louisville at -140 odds, and if Louisville wins, you’ll win $100, plus your bet back, for every $140 you bet.

Finally, bet that the teams will combine to score 61 points or more or score 60 points or less at -110 odds. You’ll win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 you bet, if you get it right.

Betting on Seminoles football games in Florida

It doesn’t appear Florida will prohibit betting on NCAA football games inside the state or involving Florida schools. That means you’ll be free to bet on all the Florida State Seminoles’ actions you like. You can start by:

  • Going to any Florida online sportsbook through one of our exclusive links;
  • Finding the Android or iOS download link that’s right for your phone and tapping on it;
  • Downloading and installing the sportsbook app; change your settings to allow installs from other sources if it’s a direct download link;
  • Tapping the app’s new icon on your device open it;
  • Tapping the “Sign Up” tab and filling in the blanks to register for a new account, including any Florida sportsbook promo or bonus code;
  • Depositing funds using any of the available deposit methods;
  • Browsing through the Florida State Seminoles odds, tapping on any bets you like, and filling out a bet slip to place your bets.

Seminoles football live betting and props

Prop bets mostly surround team or individual stats. You might bet on something like the Seminoles to score first or the Seminoles’ starting QB to throw three or more TD passes.

Either way, props are locked in at the currently posted moneyline betting odds when you place the wager. In some other states, lawmakers have limited props to team betting only, barring all bets on the performance of student-athletes.

In-game or live betting allows you to bet the middle of Seminoles games at odds that move alongside the action. A lot of the betting is in the same pregame markets and may include additional in-game props.

Check with your Florida online sportsbook to find out which live Seminoles bets are available during games. The sportsbook odds can change quite fast, so have your app handy.

Florida State Seminoles football schedule

See the full FSU football schedule here.

How to watch Seminoles football games

Florida State Seminoles games against top-ranked opponents often air nationally on ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2. Otherwise, the games air on the ACC Network. You can also follow Florida St. basketball games there. Local Radio broadcasts all games. That means WFLA 100.7 FM in Tallahassee with Jeff Culhane on play-by-play.

The Florida State Official Gameday App also has live streams, live scores, and stats.

Florida State Seminoles football all-time leaders

Here’s a look at the Seminoles’ all-time stats leaders:

  • Passing yards: Chris Weinke – 9,839 (1997-2000)
  • Rushing yards: Dalvin Cook – 4,464 (2014-2016)
  • Receiving yards: Rashad Greene – 3,830 (2011-2014)
  • Tackles: Aaron Carter – 512 (1974-1977)
  • Interceptions: Terrell Buckley – 21 (1989-1991)

Seminoles drafted into the NFL

Florida State has produced more than 250 pro football players. Here’s a look at all the Seminoles drafted into the NFL since 2018:

YearPlayerPositionDraft TeamRoundPick
2023Jammie RobinsonSCarolina Panthers5th145th
Jermaine Johnson IIDENew York Jets1st26th
Asante Samuel Jr.DBLos Angeles Chargers2nd47th
2021Janarius RobinsonDEMinnesota Vikings4th134th
2021Joshua KaindohDEKansas City Chiefs4th144th
2021Hamsah NasirildeenDBNew York Jets6th186th
2020Can AkersRBLos Angeles Rams2nd52nd
2019Brian BurnsDECarolina Panthers1st16th
2019Demarcus ChristmasDTSeattle Seahawks6th209th
2018Derwin JamesDBLos Angeles Chargers1st17th
2018Derrick NnadiDTKansas City Chiefs3rd75th
2018Rick LeonardOTNew Orleans Saints4th127th
2018Josh SweatDEPhiladelphia Eagles4th130th
2018Ryan IzzoTENew England Patriots7th250th
2018Auden TateWRCincinnati Bengals7th253rd

Florida State Seminoles home games

  • Name: Doak S. Campbell Stadium
  • Nickname: The House That Bobby Built
  • Address: 403 Stadium Drive West
  • Location:  Tallahassee, FL
  • Owner: Florida State University
  • Operator: Florida State Athletics
  • Capacity: 79,560
  • Groundbreaking: June 1950
  • Opening date: Oct. 7, 1950
  • Construction cost: $250,000
  • Last remodeling: 2016
  • Other tenants: None

Top sports bars near Florida State campus

According to the internet, the top Florida State Seminoles football bars in Tallahassee include:

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux

  • 3390 Capital Circle NE
  • Tallahassee, FL 32308
  • 850-597-7736

Glory Days Grill

  • 1926 Capital Cir NE
  • Tallahassee, FL 32308
  • 850-919-3779

4th Quarter Bar & Grille

  • 2033 N Monroe St
  • Tallahassee, FL 32303
  • 850-385-0017

Are the Florida State Seminoles changing their name?

Over the past few years, some major sports franchises with Native American names have decided those names are disrespectful to the Native American community. The Washington Redskins have become the Washington Commanders.

The Cleveland Indians will become the Cleveland Guardians in 2022. However, the Seminole Tribe of Florida officially sanctions the use of “Seminoles” as Florida State’s nickname and the image of Seminole leader Osceola in various logos and symbols. As a result, the Seminoles will remain the Seminoles.

How many national titles does FSU have?

Florida State has won three National Championships:

  • 1993: Coach Bobby Bowden led the Florida State Seminoles to a National Championship in 1993. Quarterback Charlie Ward won the Heisman. The team went 12-1 and won the Orange Bowl over No. 2 Nebraska. (Find Orange Bowl odds here)
  • 1999: Coach Bobby Bowden also led the Florida State Seminoles to a National Championship in 1999. Quarterback Chris Weinke and wide receiver Peter Warrick were among the team’s best players. The team went 12-0 and dominated No. 2 Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl.
  • 2013: Coach Jimbo Fisher led the Florida State Seminoles to a National Championship in 2013, the final year before the College Football Playoff National Championship system was installed. Quarterback Jameis Winston won the Heisman. The team went 14-0 and beat No. 2 Auburn 34-31 in the BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl.