Sept. 2: @ Pittsburgh, 8:00 PM (ESPN)
Heinz Field: Florida State welcomes Pittsburgh to the ACC with a Labor Day trip to Pittsburgh and a nationally televised prime-time game. FSU 28-14.
Sept. 14: Nevada, 3:30 PM (ESPN/ESPN2)
Doak Campbell Stadium: Nevada visits Tallahassee in what should a very winnable home-opener. FSU 38-10.
Sept. 21: Bethune Cookman, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: The pride of Daytona Beach visits Tallahassee looking for an historic upset, but the Wildcats will be vastly overmatched. FSU 48-7.
Sept. 28: @ Boston College, TBA (TBA)
Alumni Stadium: The Eagles have been picked to finish at the bottom of the Atlantic Division, but conference road games against major colleges have tripped FSU before. FSU 27-21.
Oct. 5: Maryland, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: Randy Edsall’s seat could be red hot by the time the Terrapins visit Tallahassee, and the game is unlikely to cool it. FSU 31-17.
Oct. 19: @ Clemson, TBA (TBA)
Memorial Stadium: In what likely will be the battle for the ACC’s Atlantic division, Clemson has the edge and the home-field advantage. Clemson 34-31.
Oct. 26: North Carolina State, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: Last year, the Wolfpack embarrassed the Seminoles with a late upset in Raleigh. The Noles will have this one circled. FSU 41-21.
Nov. 2: Miami, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: The annual tilt between the Canes and Noles should be the best in years. Jimbo Fisher has never lost to Miami though. FSU 24-21.
Nov. 9: @ Wake Forest, TBA (TBA)
BB&T Field: Jim Grobe’s teams always give Florida State problems, and a late-season road trip to Winston-Salem has trap written all over it. FSU 31-28.
Nov. 16: Syracuse, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: The Orange visit Tallahassee for the first time as a member of the ACC but arrive overmatched. FSU 31-10.
Nov. 23: Idaho, TBA (TBA)
Doak Campbell Stadium: The Vandals visit Tallahassee in what should be little more than a tune-up game before Florida. FSU 48-17.
Nov. 30: @ Florida, TBA (TBA)
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium: The Gators are arguably FSU’s toughest 2013 foe as old friends Jimbo Fisher and Will Muschamp each vie for their second win over one another. UF 34-27.