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FSU vs Arizona State Predictions for 2019 Sun Bowl

Mike Esposito
Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels evades the rush against Arizona.
Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels evades the rush against Arizona. / Christian Petersen/Getty Images

FSU vs ASU Predictions

The Arizona State Sun Devils will be aiming to earn their first bowl win under head coach Herm Edwards when they take on the Florida State Seminoles in the 2019 Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl. The Sun Devils are currently 4-point favorites over the Seminoles, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

If you're looking to place a wager on this game, it's always wise to read up on what some industry experts are saying first. With that in mind, here are some expert predictions for the 2019 Sun Bowl between Florida State and Arizona State.

Sun Bowl Predictions

Bleacher Report
Jake Rill, of Bleacher Report, gave his against the spread (ATS) predictions for every bowl game, he's picking the Sun Devils will cover a 5-point spread here.

Washington Post
Neil Greenberg and Matt Bonesteel, of the Washington Post, are in agreement with Rill. Both Greenberg and Bonesteel are picking Arizona State to cover a 5.5-point spread.

Adam Rittenberg, senior writer at ESPN, believes that the Seminoles will keep things competitive for most of the game, but argues Edwards' Sun Devils will ultimately pull away in the fourth quarter. He's predicting that Arizona State will cover the spread in a 34-24 victory over Florida State.

That makes it a clean sweep, as all four experts we highlighted here are taking Arizona State to cover the spread.

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