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2014 Florida State Seminoles Football Schedule

Coming off of a national championship, the Seminoles are back looking to light up the scoreboard and continue their dominance in the ACC, an elite conference that guarantees that there will be plenty of amazing matchups throughout the course of the season. From home games against conference powerhouses to out-of-conference games against teams that the Seminoles don't get to see all that often, there is sure to be a little something for everyone as the Seminoles hope to pile up the wins this season. Though the SEC tends to get the lion's share of credit and acclaim, the Seminoles have helped put the ACC on the map in a very big way, elevating the conference from a strong one to elite. As the Seminoles look to defend their national title with another roster packed to the brim with great players who can do a little bit of everything, you can count on both home and away games to be absolutely loaded with passion and energy coming from the Seminoles fans.

Playing in the ACC presents plenty of challenges for the Seminoles, but they have another talented roster loaded with players that can turn the direction of a big game in a hurry. The schedule is packed with challenges as other top-tier programs look to take down the defending champions, making Doak S. Campbell Stadium the place to be all season long. Games like Florida State-Oklahoma State on Aug. 30, Florida State against Clemson on Sept. 20 and an Oct. 18 matchup against the Fighting Irish are just a few of the huge home games this season, and fans won't be forgetting about Boston College on Nov. 22 and Florida on Nov. 29.

But even though the home games are great, seeing the Seminoles on the road will also give you a completely different perspective on your favorite team. An NC State game at Carter-Finley Stadium on Sept. 27 is sure to have plenty of Seminoles fans, as will Florida State-Louisville on Oct. 30 and a huge late-season matchup in Miami against the Hurricanes. Whether you're looking for a big home or road game this season, the schedule is sure to have something for you.


Florida State Seminoles Football Team Info

The Florida State Seminoles have a long history of winning football games within the Division I ranks of college football, which they showed once again by running the table for a perfect season in 2013-2014. The team participates in the Atlantic Coast Conference, a conference that boasts some of the best teams in the entire country each and every season, including powerhouses like Miami (OH), North Carolina, North Carolina State and more. And the explosive nature of the Seminoles was definitely on display in the spring, as the Garnet beat the Gold team in a riveting matchup loaded with great moments. Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston was up to his old tricks again, and it helped that they also showed some major signs in the ground game as well as some big-time playmaking ability on the defensive end. With lots of different weapons on both sides of the ball, the Seminoles are ready to wreak havoc on the ACC all season long.


Florida State Seminoles Football Experience

When the Seminoles are driving down the field in a game that is sure to have the attention of all the fans in the area, the passion and energy level will be so incredible you might feel like you can touch it, and you'll end up with a sporting event that you'll be buzzing about a long time after the final whistle as the Seminoles look to put together another winning season. No matter how many different ways there are to experience the Seminoles these days in the digital age, nothing else will ever even compare. Whether you head out to Doak Campbell Stadium for a home game or hit the road to see the Seminoles during a tough away contest, this season is sure to have a something for fans looking for all types of difference experience. When the game is on the line and the Seminoles are putting the final touches on another prominent win, you won't want to be anywhere else.


Florida State Seminoles Football History

The campus of Florida State University boasts numerous top-notch athletic facilities, helping to attract some of the best athletes in a wide variety of sports. For the Florida State Seminoles basketball team, the home venue is the Donald L. Tucker Center, which has a capacity of 12,200, but home football games are at Doak S. Campbell Stadium, which first opened in 1950 and has seen plenty of great matchups over the years. Get out to a big game and get ready to see all of the electrifying runs and eye-popping throws that have become the staple of Florida State Seminoles football. With another title following the 2013 season – making nine in total going all the way back – the Seminoles are once again one of the very best teams in the entire nation, showing that you don't have to be in the SEC to have a powerhouse. With the Seminoles in another exciting era of football, they definitely won't be going quietly in the ACC anytime soon.


Florida State Seminoles Football Trivia

Did you know that more than three dozen Seminoles have been drafted in the NFL first round?

Not only are there plenty of Seminoles around the NFL, they also tend to be of the superstar variety. Players like Darnell Dockett, E.J. Manuel and many more have been drafted in the first round by NFL teams, and even their kickers (Sebastian Janikowski) have been known to go in the first 32 picks.


Florida State Seminoles Football Fans

Doak S. Campbell Stadium tends to get absolutely intense for the most crucial moments of a big Florida State Seminoles game, and that's something that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate this season. Be there for all of the fingertip grabs, ankle-breaking moves and spectacular throws that will have you jumping out of your seat on a regular basis once again this season as the Seminoles hit the gridiron looking to pile up the wins. Though we know that you can just sit in your dorm room and follow the action, you might as well put down the biochemistry textbook and head out with thousands of your fellow fans to see the Seminoles the way they were meant to be seen.

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