Florida State Seminoles Will Be Tested During Path Towards College Football Playoff

After coming close to going undefeated for two consecutive seasons, the Florida State Seminoles are entering the 2015-16 season on a rare losing streak of one game, as their back-to-back National Championship hopes were dashed by the Oregon Ducks last season in the first-ever College Football Playoff.

This season, with Jameis Winston gone—former Heisman Trophy winner, National Championship winner and No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft—the Seminoles have 28-1 odds to win the National Championship, according to multiple websites who keep track of betting line information.

Teams listed in front of Florida State are Michigan State, LSU and Clemson, which are all listed at 25-1. Clemson is in the ACC conference with Florida State, as those two teams have the best chance of representing the conference. Closely behind Florida State is Georgia, Oklahoma, Stanford and UCLA, all with 33-1 odds to win it all.

With the season fast approaching, below are prices for Florida State tickets on the secondary market, provided by TiqIQ.com, to a few of their toughest obstacles in trying to return to the College Football Playoff.

10/10/2015 | Florida State Seminoles vs. Miami Hurricanes | Doak Campbell Stadium | Average Price: $177.12 | Get-in Price: $30

This Florida in-state rivalry will always be a difficult task for the Seminoles no matter what the preseason expectations are for either side. Florida State has the edge in this contest, as they’re playing within their home confines of Doak Campbell Stadium after winning this game last season at Miami. Fans on either side of the rivalry can find a hotel in Tallahassee through Hipmunk.com to create a trip for one of the most exciting games of the season.

10/24/2015 | Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Florida State Seminoles | Bobby Dodd Stadium | Average Price: $245.84 | Get-in Price: $87

Georgia Tech was close to ending Florida State’s undefeated last season but came up just short. This season they get the Seminoles at home at Bobby Dodd Stadium looking to complete the job they felt like they had done last season. This is the most expensive Florida State game on the secondary market with an average ticket price of $245.84 and a get-in price of $87.

11/7/2015 | Clemson Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles | Clemson Memorial Stadium | Average Price: $227.73 | Get-in Price: $83

The projected top two teams in the conference square off at Clemson Memorial Stadium in early-November, a game that should dictate how the chips fall for the ACC championship. Seminoles fans can support the team on the road through Hipmunk.com, where the cheapest Atlanta flights can be found. If both of these teams are undefeated before they meet, this will be the most anticipated game for the conference.