Florida State Seminoles football is taking on the Louisville Cardinals — and we’re covering it from all angles.
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It’s going to be pretty gross, actually. From 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., temperatures will range between 50-55, with moderate winds of 7-8 miles per hour — though there’s no current chance of rain.
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» 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.