Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles Pick & Prediction NOVEMBER 25th 2022

Stadium: Doak Campbell Stadium Tallahassee
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57.5o -111
-9.5 -105



The battle for the sunshine state will take place on a Friday evening this time, as the Florida Gators head to Tallahassee to compete against the Florida State Seminoles. This will have all the makings of a rivalry match-up.

FSU is one of the hottest teams in college football at this time and the Gators are coming off of a disappointing loss to Vanderbilt. Kick-off for this in-state match-up is expected to start at 7:30 pm ET.

Florida vs. Florida State Odds


MONEY LINE: Florida (+265) vs. FSU (-335)

SPREAD: Florida +9.5 (-110) vs. FSU -9.5 (-110)

GAME TOTAL: Over 57.5 (-110) vs. Under 57.5 (-110)

Florida vs. Florida State Preview, Stats and Trends

The Florida Gators have had an up-and-down season this year, but still find themselves bowl-eligible heading into this rivalry match-up against Florida State. They are 6-5 overall and are coming off of a tough loss against Vanderbilt in week 12. Florida hasn’t had much experience on the road this year, as they are 1-2 on the season. They will need to handle the adversity on the road to pull off the upset against FSU this season.

Florida will look to their quarterback Anthony Richardson to lead this team. He has 2351 total yards passing with 14 touchdowns and eight interceptions. If Richardson can control the football and limit the turnovers, he may give the Gators a chance to win and finish the regular season on a good note.

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The Florida State Seminoles are one of the hottest teams in all of college football. They are on a four-game winning streak and currently have an 8-3 record overall. The Seminoles are ranked 16th in the College Football Playoff rankings, with a chance to get into the top 15 after this week. If they are to get a win on Friday night against Florida, they will look to their offense to jumpstart this team.

Their quarterback Jordan Travis is the focal point of this offense and he has shown that he can lead this team. He has a total of 2526 yards with 21 touchdowns and just four interceptions on the season. Travis has the ability to spread out the offense and keep defenses at bay; if he can keep the Florida defense guessing throughout this game, he will send the home crowd home happy.

Florida vs. Florida State Picks

All in all, this match-up between these two in-state rivals is always a tight contest. What separates these two teams is the fact that the Florida Gators have only played three road games this season. The Florida State Seminoles have been on fire as of late, as they have scored 38 points or more during their four-game winning streak.

Due to the experience on the road and the way FSU’s offense has played, the Seminoles will cover the spread in this match-up and beat the Gators. 38-27.

Final Score: 38-27 (Florida State)


1. FSU is 8-3 against the spread.

2. Florida is 6-5 against the spread.

3. Both offenses are averaging over 31 points per game this season.

Best Bet: FSU -9.5 (-110)

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Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles Recap NOV 25TH 2022

Florida State running back Trey Benson rushed for the tiebreaking touchdown -- his third of the night -- with 4:06 remaining to lead the No. 16 Seminoles to a 45-38 win over Florida on Friday night in Tallahassee, Fla.

With the game tied at 38 after the Gators rebounded with two rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Seminoles -- a 9 1/2-point favorite -- needed Benson's 17-yard ramble after they rallied three times from single-score deficits.

Florida State blitzed Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson on a fourth-and-12 at the Seminoles' 26-yard line and forced an incompletion for the final turnover on downs to seal the victory.

The win completed a turnaround by Florida State (9-3) from its 5-7 mark last season, and it was the highest-scoring game in series history.

Benson carried 20 times for 111 yards, while Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis rushed 15 times for 83 yards and two touchdowns. Travis, a junior, went 13-for-30 for 270 yards with a score as the Seminoles broke a three-game losing streak against the Gators.

Richardson was 9-for-27 for 198 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Ricky Pearsall caught five passes for a career-high 148 yards and two scores. Jonathan Odom caught a touchdown pass, and Montrell Johnson Jr. and Trevor Etienne (129 yards rushing) scored on the ground.

After a turnover on downs, the Seminoles took advantage when Benson raced nine yards for a 7-0 lead. But on the next scrimmage play, Richardson found Pearsall on a 52-yard heave.

Richardson then threw a 12-yard score to Odom on a play-action bootleg for the visitors' first lead at 4:06. As the wild opening quarter neared its end, Travis tallied on a 29-yard run to knot the game again.

Following Pearsall's second long scoring reception -- from 43 yards -- Travis evened it at 21-all with a 1-yard keeper at 5:44. But Florida had enough time for a 41-yard field goal by Adam Mihalek for a 24-21 halftime lead.

The two teams combined for 580 yards of total offense and 25 first downs in the first half.

After missing a 37-yard field-goal attempt in the second quarter, Florida State's Ryan Fitzgerald nailed one from 46 yards in the third. Benson put his squad up for the first time since the game's first score on a 1-yard run with 4:21 left. Travis hit Kentron Poitier for 6 yards for a 38-24 lead.

In the fourth quarter, Johnson and Etienne rushed for touchdowns to tie it at 38.

--Field Level Media

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