Florida State, a team many predicted to be a contender for the College Football Playoff, has already lost three of its first four games in 2017.
Yet, the Seminoles still managed to be ranked No. 14 overall in ESPN’s latest FPI computer rankings following Week 6, making them the most disappointing team in college football.
FSU began the season with a top 10 ranking before losing to Alabama in its season opener. The Seminoles also lost starting quarterback Deondre Francois late in that game and have since been on a downward spiral with additional losses to N.C. State and Miami.
Here is how the FPI projects Florida State to look for the remainder of the season:
- W-L record: 6.1-4.9
- Chance to win out: 6.2 percent
- Chance to win the ACC: 0.5 percent
- Remaining SOS: No. 57
The Seminoles are now looking to true freshman quarterback James Blackman to hopefully lead them to a bowl berth behind one of the shakiest offensive lines in the country.
You can view the full ESPN FPI here.