Will FSU make the final four in 2014?

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – After winning the final BCS national championship last year, will Florida State crack the four-team playoff this upcoming season?

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Will Florida State make this year’s four-team playoff in college football? According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the odds are in the Seminoles’ favor at -350, while the odds against them making the four-team playoff are +225. If 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston can stop stealing crab legs, FSU should be fine.

Will Alabama make the four-team playoff after not competing in last year’s title game? The odds of them making the four-team playoff are +135 and rather surprisingly, the odds for the Tide missin ghte four-team playoff are -175. Seeing as how Nick Saban is losing quarterback A.J. McCarron, receiver Kevin Norwood and linebacker C.J. Mosley, it’s somewhat understandable that the odds would be against ‘Bama making the four-team playoff. Then again…it is Alabama.

Will Oregon make the four-team playoff next year in college football now that quarterback Marcus Mariota is set to return for another season? The odds of them making the final four are -110 and the odds for them missing the playoff are -130.

Will Ohio State make the four-team playoff after losing running back Carlos Hyde and key defenders like cornerback Bradley Roby? The odds are +105 that they’ll make the four-team playoff and -145 against them. Oklahoma is also +130 to make the playoff format and -170 to miss the final four.

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