Florida St Seminoles versus Pittsburgh Panthers College Football Betting Preview

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There will be Monday Night Football on Labor Day September 2nd college football style as the Florida St Seminoles will travel to play the Pittsburgh Panthers. The Seminoles and Panthers will get things started in Pittsburgh at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the coast to coast TV coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Florida St Seminoles favored by -10 ½ points with an over under line of 49 ½ points. A money line wager on Florida St will return -400 odds. Bettors who believe than the Pittsburgh Panthers can win at home outright on Monday Night can get back +320 odds for their money line wager.

Florida St is coming off an outstanding year in 2012 as the club finished at 12-2 and qualified for a BCS berth in the Orange Bowl where the crushed the Northern Illinois Huskies from the MAC conference by the score of 31-10 as a -14 ½ point betting favorite. Jimbo Fisher enters has four seasons at Florida St and has compiled a 31-10 straight up record. The team went on the road in a prime time game last year and was defeated early in the season by NC State by the score of 17-16 as a -17 point betting favorite. The other loss for the Seminoles in 2012 came in a late regular season game against Florida. Florida St was a stingy defense that surrendered just 15 points per game with 254 total yards allowed to their opponents. The game that is circled on the Florida St calendar is on October 19th when they have to head to Clemson. The Pittsburgh Panthers have had a pair of 6-7 seasons in the past two seasons. In 2013 they lose five starters to their offense and must replace a starting quarterback. Former Rutgers product Tom Savage comes over via transfers from Rutgers and Arizona. Savage lost the starting job at Rutgers because he could barely complete over half of his passes. The Panthers were solid on defense allowing just 20 points a game to their opponents.

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