Doak Campbell Stadium
The eyes of the college football world will be focused squarely on Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday night when the fourth-ranked Florida State Seminoles play host to the tenth-ranked Clemson Tigers.
Much has been made of the ballyhooed defenses from LSU and Alabama, but Florida State’s defense is outperforming both SEC schools on the young season and allowing a ridiculous 1 point per game on the young season.
The Florida State Seminoles may be feeling a sense of déjà vu over their 2013 football schedule.
Fresh off a direly needed victory over Duke, the Florida State Seminoles return to the Doak to take on the collapsing Maryland Terrapins.
The eyes of the college football world will focus on Doak Campbell Stadium this weekend when the number one ranked Oklahoma Sooners take on the number five Florida State Seminoles in prime time.
Former Florida State Seminoles Terrell Buckley used to be a thorn in the side of every Seminoles opponent. Now, Buckley will become one of the few Seminoles who have ever had their number retired at Doak Campbell Stadium.
When the Oklahoma Sooners travel to Tallahassee to play the Florida State Seminoles, it will be a brotherly fight in prime time.