Florida State is the early favorite among ACC teams to win the College Football Playoff, according to betting site Odds Shark.

The Seminoles, 8/1 favorites, sit ahead of Louisville (14/1), defending national champion Clemson (20/1), and Miami (65/1). The ‘Noles also lead all teams from Florida, as UF currently sits at 40/1 odds to raise the trophy in January.

FSU’s season opener against Alabama, a contest which will likely feature the top two teams in the country, will also provide an early glimpse at two national championship favorites; The Crimson Tide currently sit at 2.5/1 favorites to win the national championship.

The young Seminoles are also heavy favorites to win the ACC.

The ‘Noles sit at +135 to win the conference, ahead of Louisville (+350), Clemson (+400), and Miami (+800). FSU hosts Miami and Louisville in 2017, while travelling to Clemson in November.

FSU opens the 2017 season against Alabama on September 2 and open ACC play just two weeks later, at home against Miami.

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Josh Mixon covers Florida State despite attending school in the heart of SEC country at the University of Georgia. Josh is also an ex-D3 soccer player who specialized in sitting the bench and cheering on his fellow teammates. A die-hard Seminole fan and passionate lover of all things college football, Josh really hates writing in 3rd person. You can find him on Twitter here: @joshmixon10
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Content Contributor for Florida State , The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
Josh Mixon covers Florida State despite attending school in the heart of SEC country at the University of Georgia. Josh is also an ex-D3 soccer player who specialized in sitting the bench and cheering on his fellow teammates. A die-hard Seminole fan and passionate lover of all things college football, Josh really hates writing in 3rd person. You can find him on Twitter here: @joshmixon10
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