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Gameday Central: Game Thread for Nov. 28

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Florida State Seminoles vs. Virginia Cavaliers

8 p.m.

Watch

ACC Network (more on how to watch)

Stream

ESPN, FuboTV

Listen

‘Nole Radio Network

Weather

It’ll be a bit chilly in Tallahassee tonight, with temperatures ranging from 66 to 63 degrees from pregame to 11 p.m., with winds ranging from 4-5 miles per hour and a 10-15 percent chance of rain.

Vegas line, Spread

Currently, Vegas Insider has Virginia as a consensus 9.5 point favorite over the Seminoles, with an over/under of 58.

Game Coverage

Seminole Wrap Pod (Part 1 with Stewart Mandel, Part 2 with Caroline Darney), Advanced Stats Breakdown, Video, Depth Chart, Matchup History

Game Notes via FSU Sports Info

  • The Seminoles lead the all-time series 15-4 (.789), including a 9-1 (.900) mark in Tallahassee.
  • This marks FSU’s first Thanksgiving weekend game against an opponent other than in-state rival Florida since hosting Pitt on Nov. 27, 1971.
  • Freshmen and sophomores make up 73.7 percent of FSU’s roster, the highest underclassmen percentage in the country. Additionally, FSU’s 13 seniors are the 6th-fewest in FBS.
  • This season, 19 Seminoles have made their first collegiate start, the highest number in the ACC that is tied for the most among Power 5 teams and for 7th nationally. Florida State started eight freshmen at North Carolina State, six on offense - including four on the offensive line - and two on defense. It was the first time since the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl that the Seminoles had four freshmen offensive line starters.

Florida State vs. V vs. Game Thread vs. Virginia

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Pregame Notes and Coverage

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter/Halftime

3rd Quarter

4th Quarter

Feel free to hang in the comments and talk about the action leading up to and after today’s game.