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Florida State wearing alternate look vs. Duke

Noles switch it up with an alternate uniform today against Duke

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Florida State Seminoles football released its uniform combination ahead of its final home game of the season vs. the Duke Blue Devils today, opting for a black jersey and garnet pants combination

Through eight games, FSU has worn all-garnet (vs. Georgia Tech), all-white (vs. Miami, Louisville), traditional home (vs. Jacksonville State, North Carolina), traditional away NC State) and white and garnet (vs. Notre Dame).

“Obviously [FSU has] one of the great uniform combinations and traditions in all of college football,” head coach Mike Norvell said at the beginning of the season when asked about the Seminoles’ uniforms.

“I think as we move forward, you could see some different combinations...that is something we will always evaluate and make sure that our uniform is celebrated as one of the greatest in all of college football. We want to represent our wonderful tradition.”

Florida State Seminoles vs. Duke Blue Devils

4 p.m.


ACC Network (more on how to watch)




‘Nole Radio Network

Vegas line, Spread

For the first time since the Seminoles took on Jacksonville State, FSU enters the game as a favorite. Currently, Vegas Insider has FSU as a 3.5 point favorite with an over/under of 57. The Seminoles opened as a 3 point favorite with 58.5 this week — though Duke was favored by the same matchup for the postponed game that was set to be played in Durham.

Game Coverage

Seminole Wrap Pod (feat Seminole Boosters CEO Michael Alford), Advanced Stats Breakdown, Triple Option, Depth Chart, Matchup History

Game Notes via FSU Sports Info

  • FSU and Duke first played in the Seminoles first season in the ACC, in 1992, and met every year from 1992 to 2007.
  • While FSU has never shut out Duke, the Seminoles have held the Blue Devils to single digits seven times, including each of the last two meetings...
  • FSU’s perfect 20-0 record against Duke are by far its most wins against any opponent without a loss. In fact, FSU has at least five wins without a loss or tie against just five teams.