TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – The Florida State Seminoles unveiled their 2013 schedule Monday and the Garnet and Gold will travel to Pittsburgh to welcome the Panthers into the Atlantic Coast Conference on September 2.
The Noles then get a week off before back-to-back home games on September 14 and 21. FSU takes on the Nevada Wolfpack in the first game and then Bethune-Cookman comes to Tallhassee to take on the Noles at the Doak.
FSU heads on the road to Boston College on September 28 and then returns home to take on the Maryland Terrapins on October 5. The Noles then get a break on the schedule on the weekend of October 12 before making the team’s stretch run.
The Noles travel to Clemson to battle the Tigers on October 19 and then return home for two straight against the North Carolina State Wolfpack and the Miami Hurricanes. FSU then heads back on the road again to play Wake Forest the next week.
FSU will play the other new member of the ACC, Syracuse, on November 16 at Doak Campbell Stadium. The Seminoles will then have senior day on November 23 against the Idaho Vandals.
FSU wraps up its schedule with the annual grudge match against the University of Florida in Gainesville on November 30.
The full Seminoles schedule is below:
- Sept. 2 at Pittsburgh (LaborDay), ESPN, 8 pm
- Sept. 7 OPEN
- Sept. 14 NEVADA
- Sept. 21 BETHUNE‐COOKMAN
- Sept. 28 at Boston College
- Oct. 5 MARYLAND
- Oct. 12 OPEN
- Oct. 19 at Clemson
- Oct. 26 NC STATE
- Nov. 2 MIAMI
- Nov. 9 at Wake Forest
- Nov. 16 SYRACUSE
- Nov. 23 IDAHO
- Nov. 30 at Florida