I will give my totally uniformed prediction based on my perceived percent chance of beating each opponent individually, then massaging the cumulative result with some extra special intuition.
Wofford 95% (big favorite)
Tulane 80% (should win, need to play well)
GSU 85% (pretty big favorite)
VT 50% (On the road, but I feel like we are the slightly better team)
Miami 55% (pretty even, playing at home)
Duke 65% (We are a little better than they are, playing at home)
UNC 55% (We are in their head)
Pitt 60% (We are better but game is on the road)
UVA 75% (Should win, need to play well)
NCS 75% (Ditto, despite the road game)
CLEM 45% (They might be a little better, we are at home)
UGA 40% (We seem to play better there. They are most likely a bit better but not a prohibitive favorite)
Sum total = 7.8 wins
As far as I know you can't have a partial win, so I will say, based on an equal number of good breaks and bad breaks along the way we finish with 8 W's.
However, not so fast my friend. We will not have an equal number of good and bad breaks. Not this year. No sir. We get more good fortune and bounces than we had in 2009 and finish with an extra win in the regular season, making us 9-3. PLUS we win the tie breaker and represent the coastal in the ACCCG.
9-4 heading into the bowls. We win our bowl and turn in our first double digit win season since 2009.