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Updated 2020 Florida State football schedule

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We now know FSU’s full slate and schedule.

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Update:

The Southern Conference canceled its season, Samford opted to not pursue a non-conference game with Florida State Seminoles football and FSU has now scheduled Jacksonville State.

The updated full list of games for Florida State Seminoles football is as follows, with home games in italics. We’ll update this list as we get gametimes:

Sept. 12: Georgia Tech 3:30 p.m., ABC

BYE

Sep. 26: Miami (Away)

Oct. 3: Jacksonville State

Oct. 10: Notre Dame (Away) 7:30 p.m., NBC

Oct. 17: North Carolina

Oct. 24: Louisville (Away)

BYE

Nov. 7: Pittsburgh

Nov. 14: NC State (Away)

Nov. 21: Clemson

Nov. 28: Virginia

Dec. 5: Duke (Away)


A week after the ACC announced that its conference members would be following a 10 plus-one model for the 2020 football season, the conference announced its full slate of games at 9 a.m. today on the ACC Network.

“We are excited for the opportunity to compete this fall,” head coach Mike Norvell said. “I want to thank the ACC presidents, athletic directors and coaches for working together on a plan to move forward safely. Our team has been working hard this summer and we are all looking forward to beginning preseason camp this week. It’s important all of us do our part to ensure we can play football in a way that is safe for our players, coaches and fans this fall. Wear a mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands so we can all enjoy the sport we love very soon.”

The updated full list of games for Florida State Seminoles football is as follows, with home games in italics:

Sept. 12: Georgia Tech

BYE

Sep. 26: Miami (Away)

Oct. 3: Jacksonville State

Oct. 10: Notre Dame (Away)

Oct. 17: North Carolina

Oct. 24: Louisville (Away)

BYE

Nov. 7: Pittsburgh

Nov. 14: NC State (Away)

Nov. 21: Clemson

Nov. 28: Virginia

Dec. 5: Duke (Away)

What do you think of Florida State’s new schedule? Do you feel a little better about the slate of games now that you see the laid out? Are you still ready to T-P John Swofford’s house? Let’s get excited!