Game-by-game breakdown of FSU schedule
08/28/2014 2:00 PM
09/08/2014 8:15 PM
A game-by-game breakdown of FSU’s football schedule:
Aug. 30: Oklahoma State, 8 p.m (ESPN)
FSU’s back-to-back bid begins in prime time at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Sept. 6: The Citadel, 7:30 p.m. (RSN)
Reserves should see plenty of action against the only Football Championship Subdivision team on the schedule.
Sept. 20: Clemson, TBD
The winner of this game has won the ACC Atlantic in each of the last five years, but the Tigers must replace their top QB, RB and WR from last year.
Sept. 27: @ North Carolina State, TBD
Seminoles should be heavy favorites but Jimbo Fisher has never won in Raleigh.
Oct. 4: Wake Forest, TBD
FSU’s run of struggles against Wake is a thing of the past. The Seminoles have won the past two meetings by a combined score of 111-3.
Oct. 11: @ Syracuse, TBD
Seminoles make their first visit to the Carrier Dome since 2004.
Oct. 18: Notre Dame, TBD
Irish QB Everett Golson returns as Notre Dame and FSU renew their occasional rivalry.
Oct. 30: @ Louisville, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN)
FSU welcomes coach Bobby Petrino and U of L to the ACC with a Thursday night visit to Papa John’s Cardinals Stadium.
Nov. 8: Virginia, TBD
Cavaliers coach Mike London is desperate for some positive momentum after a 2-10 disaster in 2013.
Nov. 15: @ Miami, TBD
Seminoles have won four straight against the Canes and, even better, haven’t lost on the road in a decade.
Nov. 22: Boston College, TBD
FSU’s final tuneup for Florida comes against an Eagles team looking to replace Heisman finalist Andre Williams.
Nov. 30: Florida, TBD
A win over the Gators could seal FSU’s spot in college football’s first playoff.
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