Sports gambling odds players have avoided Florida State like the plague in recent years with the sports gambling lines but that may soon change after National Signing Day. Rookie head coach Jimbo Fisher was off and running as the Seminoles surprised everyone handicapping the sports gambling odds with an impressive recruiting class that ranked 10th in the nation and best in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
This was welcome news for a program that struggled with the sports gambling lines in 2009 with a record of just 7-6 straight up and 4-9 with the internet sportsbooks. It now appears that Florida State’s prospects with the sports gambling odds are dramatically improved for the future.
Fisher had a significant advantage with the sports gambling odds heading into National Signing Day as he was the long time offensive coordinator and coach in waiting with the Seminoles as the Bobby Bowden era slowly but surely came to an end.
This helped Fisher with the sports gambling odds as he was able to establish and maintain contact with some of the best talent in the country. Among the prized catches for Florida State were number one ranked inside linebacker Jeff Luc and number one ranked cornerback Lamarcus Joyner.
Fisher said it was important that both players committed to FSU early in the process as it gave the Seminoles momentum with the sports gambling odds. “When the number one linebacker and number on cornerback in the country say ‘We’re going to FSU to be part of the new group,’ that made everybody say, ‘Hey wait a minute,” said Fisher.
Fisher also believes that not only will his 2010 class be a threat with the sports gambling odds but also bring character. “These are good kids,” said Fisher, “They’re great players, but they aren’t prima donnas.”
Fisher also praised his former boss Bobby Bowden as having a role in his recruiting success with the sports gambling odds saying that the FSU legend was a master closer at the process.