Why FSU Should Have No Worries About Repeating As National Champions

Why FSU Should Have No Worries About Repeating As National Champions

Florida State ended the SEC run on BCS titles with a win over Auburn. Hey that is old news and the BCS as we once knew it as come to an end. Therefore, let the College Football Playoffs begin. As teams now will play for four spots for the new College Football tournament that will determine a National Champion.

Florida State led by Heisman trophy winner and lover of seafood, Jameis Winston. Winston has little more experience with the offense; therefore, secondaries should be quacking in their cleats. It really puts this team way ahead of other teams regarding repeating as National Champions. A team like Alabama will always have something to say about that. Everyone knows that Nick Saban will have defense ready for likes of top-notch team like the Seminoles. This season should be good enough to grab a Playoff berth.

Florida State kicks off the season against the Oklahoma State on Saturday. OSU is unranked and have never defeated a number 1 ranked team. Therefore, OSU will have to play a flawless game to just have chance. Many of the experts expect the Seminoles to win by 20. Well, I going to side with the experts, I am just fan that agree the 20 point win could happen quite easily. Florida State has too much talent and depth to even breath the word upset in this game. History will hold true with the Cowboys loosing to another number 1 ranked team.

Florida State will have another challenging schedule this season but their only few teams that may really push them and that would be a good Notre Dame team or the Louisville Cardinals. Every team will be looking to knock off the top ranked Seminoles, but it just too difficult to imagine it happening.

The Seminoles are good on both sides of the ball and there experience will make this College Football season interesting to watch. You want to learn more about what everyone is saying about the College Football Playoffs checkout the video below.