Florida State Seminoles football is gearing up to take on the Boston College Eagles in a primetime matchup, with FSU looking to start the year 4-0 in front of a sold-out crowd.
It’s the first time since 2015 the Seminoles have sold out a home game — it’s also the first time since then FSU is 3-0 and 1-0 in the ACC.
Boston College has struggled in the early weeks of the season, beating Maine but falling to both Rutgers and Virginia Tech. The Eagles have particularly felt the impact of turnover on the offensive line, losing multiple players to graduation and a few this season to injury.
According to DraftKings, FSU is an 18-point favorite over Boston College.
Florida State Seminoles vs. Boston College
Pre-Game Coverage from Tomahawk Nation
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- Line of Scrimmage: Line of Scrimmage: Breaking down Boston College with Curtis Flannery of BC Interruption-Florida State favored by 17.5 over Boston College
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- Betting: FSU favored by double-digits vs. Boston College-Vegas showing faith in Florida State Seminoles football
- Making the grade: How Florida State’s offensive line has performed through 3 games-How PFF graded out FSU’s offensive line against Louisville
- FSU players: DE Derrick McLendon, RB Trey Benson, OL D’mitri Emmanuel talk Lousiville, preview Boston College-“I come to work with a lunch pail every day. I come to improve myself every day so as long as I improve, as long as I can do the things I know that I can do, I know that I’m unstoppable.”
- FSU head coach Mike Norvell talks Jordan Travis, leadership ahead of Boston College-“We were able to get Jordan out there moving around. I thought he threw the ball well and it was just good seeing continued growth, continued push from the guys on our team.”
- FSU head coach Mike Norvell previews Boston College matchup-“Tate has things that are his strengths and things that we probably want to showcase but that’s every week”
- FSU’s Preston Daniel, Malik McClain, and Kalen DeLoach talk Louisville win, Boston College prep-The team is set to take on the Eagles at home
- FSU HC Mike Norvell talks Louisville win, Boston College, player updates-Head coach Mike Norvell spoke with the media to detail how his team has responded after a 3-0 start
- FSU coordinators offer insight into player performances after 3-0 start-The Seminoles now have a chance to go 4-0 with a home matchup vs. Boston College
- *BRAND SPANKING NEW RECRUITING THREAD- NoleThruandThru and Josh Pick keep you up to date on the LATEST FSU RECRUITING NEWS @ Tomahawk Nation’s hub for all things relating to Florida State football recruiting -Florida State Football: OFFICIAL Tribe ‘23 Recruiting and Portal Thread #10
- How To Watch: Florida State vs. Boston College: Game time, TV schedule, streaming and more-The Seminoles (3-0) take on Boston College (1-2) Saturday night in Tallahassee under the lights.
Florida State notes via Seminoles.com
- Florida State hosts Boston College on Saturday in the Seminoles’ first home game in four weeks. After opening its season at home on August 27th, the team played LSU in New Orleans and, following an open date, at Louisville.
- FSU is 3-0 to start the season and 1-0 in the ACC, both for the first time since 2015.
- The Seminoles are the only undefeated team in the state of Florida. This is the 10th season since 1993 FSU has been the last undefeated team in the state, the most among all Florida schools.
- FSU leads the ACC and ranks 11th in the nation with an average of 242.3 rushing yards per game.
- The Seminoles rank 3rd in the ACC in passing yards per completion, 3rd-down conversion percentage and total first downs. The Seminoles are averaging 14.3 yards per completion, 21st in the nation, have converted 53.7 percent of their 3rd downs, which ranks 15th nationally, and their 76 first downs this season rank 33rd in FBS.