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Florida State vs. Louisville: Kickoff time

The Seminoles get their first nooner of the season

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 21 Louisville at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

After playing three primetime matchups and a game that started and ended in primetime due to weather delays, Florida State Seminoles football will take on Louisville Cardinals in a 12 p.m. game.

Currently, according to Vegas Insider, the Cardinals are a 4 point favorite in the matchup, with the over under currently set at 60 12.

The Cardinals are on a four-game losing streak, dropping a 47-34 game against Miami-Florida Hurricanes, losing 23-20 to the Pittsburgh Panthers, getting blown out by the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 46-27 and. losing a close game to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish this past weekend.

Louisville beat Western Kentucky 35-21 to open the season.

Florida State is currently on a two-win streak in the series, having won comfortably last year and scraping out a win in 2018. In 2019, a late Florida State fumble sealed the game for the Cardinals.

Overall, Florida State leads the series 16-4.

“There’s been plenty of adversity that’s shown up throughout this year, the early course of this season,” head coach Mike Norvell said following FSU’s upset win over No. 5 North Carolina. “These guys, they believe in what we’re doing — coming off of last week, we saw moments, we saw flashes, we saw a team that was playing harder and really working to play together.”

The game will be televised at 12 p.m. on ESPN3 and on ACC Regional Networks — find yours here:

Florida State vs. Louisville: How to Watch

AT&T Sportsnet Las Vegas Website

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FOX Sports Wisconsin Plus (FS Wisconsin+) Website

Marquee Sports Network (Marquee) Website

Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) Website

New England Sports Network (NESN) Website

ROOT Sports Northwest Website

SportsTime Ohio Website

YES Network (YES) Website

Game Notes via FSU Sports Information

» FSU’s win over the Tar Heels marked the first victory in Doak Campbell Stadium for an unranked Florida State team over a top-five opponent since Oct. 16, 1965, when FSU defeated No. 5 Georgia 10-3. The Seminoles led UNC 31-7 at halftime, the 3rd-largest halftime deficit by a top-5 team in the past 15 years according to ESPN Stats & Information. The 24-point lead was FSU’s largest halftime lead against a top-5 team since Oct. 10, 1964 when the Seminoles held a 27-0 lead over No. 5 Kentucky on their way to a 48-6 win.

» Florida State leads the all-time series with Louisville 16-4 (.800), including a 6-2 mark (.750) in Louisville, and has won four of the six matchups since the Cardinals joined the ACC for the 2014 season. » FSU ranks 1st in the NCAA with five blocked kicks this season. The Seminoles are the only team in the country with at least one blocked field goal, PAT and punt this season and are the only team to have blocked multiple field goals and multiple punts. Individually, Marvin Wilson leads the NCAA with three blocked kicks.

» The Seminoles tied a single-game school record with three blocked kicks in the season opener against Georgia Tech. Marvin Wilson became only the second Seminole ever to block two field goals in the same game, and Janarius Robinson added a blocked PAT to tie the record. In the win over No. 5 North Carolina, FSU blocked two punts with freshman Ja’Khi Douglas and Wilson blocking one each.

» Florida State has scored on seven of its 10 opening drives of a half this season and scored a total of 40 points on those drives.

» The Seminoles are 7-of-11 (.636) on 4th-down attempts this season, the 6th-best conversion rate nationally among teams with at least 11 attempts.

» Since Jordan Travis became Florida State’s primary quarterback, FSU has scored on 15 of 31 drives with him behind center. After Travis entered the win vs. Jacksonville State, the Seminoles scored touchdowns on six of their last seven drives, including five straight touchdown drives, marking the first time FSU scored touchdowns on five straight drives since taking six straight drives to the end zone Nov. 18, 2017 vs. Delaware State.