September 5, 2021, 3:28 pm
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#9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Florida State Seminoles, 7:00 PM EDT
The new quarterback for the Fighting Irish will surely be the main talking point for this offense. Jack Coen transfers over as a graduate from Wisconsin where he had starting experience. Joining Coen in the backfield is returning leading rusher Kyren Williams who very easily could amass 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground this season. There is quite a bit of experience lost on the offensive line as well as in the WR corps but Brian Kelly has brought in back to back phenomenal recruiting classes with Top-50 players sprinkled all over this team. Michael Mayer will definitely be looked at to make up for the lack of returning experience. The number of returning starters coming back for Florida State is much higher than their opponents but the depth and potential is a lot less than the Irish. The Seminoles do return nearly their whole offensive line but their play last year could mean that is a weakness coming into this season before they mold and gel together. Mackenzie Milton transferred in from UCF to play QB for FSU this year but with an unproven line and lackluster playmakers around him, I think he is going to feel the heat tonight. Notre Dame put the finishing touches on transitioning from a 4-2-5 defense to a modified 4-3 look this offseason. The pass defense of the Irish are going to be aggressive and they will allow coverage sacks to take place in order for the linebackers to get home to Milton. I feel that the Noles are going to struggle with picking up the defensive scheme for Notre Dame. The overall more balanced and better coached team is going to do very well tonight. I am taking the favorites because writing in chalk sometimes can be very very fun!
Bet- 1.1 units to win 1 unit on #9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish(-7)