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The 2017 FSU football team will represent Florida State University in the sport of American football during the 2017 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Seminoles compete in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference and will be led by eighth-year head coach Jimbo Fisher. Home games are played at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida.

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Wk Opp. Date Location
1. Sept. 2 Atlanta, GA
(Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
If there was ever a more intriguing season opener than Florida State and Alabama in Atlanta, it’s hard to recall. Fisher will take on his former boss in Alabama’s Nick Saban as both coaches look to stay unbeaten in openers at their respective schools. The opener is not only expected to be a top-5 matchup, but a contest between the only two teams who have finished ranked in the AP Poll in each of the last seven years.
2. Sept. 9 Tallahassee, FL
FSU will look to improve to 8-0 in home openers under head coach Jimbo Fisher. ULM over the last decade however, has upset Alabama and Arkansas. FSU’s average margin of victory in the previous seven home openers has been nearly 46 points, which includes a 34-0 win over the Warhawks in 2011.
3. Sept. 16 Tallahassee, FL
For the fifth time since 2004, Florida State will open ACC play against Miami. Hurricanes’ head coach Mark Richt will return to Tallahassee for the first time since 2000 – his last season as FSU’s offensive coordinator. The Seminoles have won seven straight over Miami, but the last three have come by a total of 10 points.
4. Sept. 23 Tallahassee, FL
Florida State will look to make it four straight wins over NC State when the Wolfpack comes to Doak Campbell Stadium in late September. In the last three however, FSU has been forced to rally from double-digit deficits. Aside from Clemson, NC State is the only Atlantic division foe to beat Jimbo Fisher twice, but the Wolfpack haven’t won in Tallahassee since 2005.
5. Sept. 30 Winston-Salem, NC
Wake Forest has made significant strides under fourth-year head coach Dave Clawson. In FSU’s last trip to Winston-Salem, the Seminoles needed an interception in the end zone from Tyler Hunter to hold on to a 24-16 victory. The Demon Deacons’ last victory over FSU came at home in 2011.
7. Oct. 14 Durham, NC
Among teams that were in the ACC when Florida State joined the conference in 1992, Duke is the only one that has never defeated the Seminoles. FSU is a perfect 19-0 against the Blue Devils with the closest win coming by 19 points in 2007. The last meeting between the schools was in the 2013 ACC Championship Game, which FSU won 45-7.
8. Oct. 21 Tallahassee, FL
Revenge could be something of a factor when FSU faces reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and the Louisville Cardinals. Last season, Louisville handed FSU its worst loss under Fisher, 63-20. Jackson will be the first returning Heisman Trophy winner that FSU has faced since Florida’s Tim Tebow in 2008.
9. Oct. 27 Chestnut Hill, MA
Boston College is one of two teams that FSU has defeated every year under Fisher. The teams will be playing on a Friday night for the third straight year. Since joining the ACC in 2005, the Eagles are just 1-5 against the Seminoles at home.
10. Nov. 4 Tallahassee, FL
In his second year as head coach, Dino Babers will make his first trip to Tallahassee. FSU is a perfect 4-0 against Syracuse since the Orange joined the ACC in 2013. The average margin of victory for the Seminoles in those contests is more than 32 points.
11. Nov. 11 Clemson, SC
The annual contest between Florida State and Clemson has become a de facto ACC semifinal, so it seems only fitting that the two teams should conclude conference play against one another. The Tigers will look to win three straight over FSU for the first time since 2005-07. Four of the last seven meetings have been decided by six points or less and, since 2009 the winner of the annual showdown has gone on to win the ACC Atlantic every year.
12. Nov. 18 Tallahassee, FL
Delaware State looks like just a minor obstacle for Florida State on Senior Day. Since 2008, FSU has played an FCS opponent every year. This keeps that streak alive. In those contests, the Seminoles are 11-0, which includes an 8-0 mark under Fisher.
13. Nov. 25 Gainesville, FL
Florida State will go for a fifth straight win over Florida, which would be the longest winning streak ever over its in-state rivals. In each of the Seminoles’ last three trips to Gainesville, they took a shutout into the fourth quarter. Florida, under head coach Jim McElwain, has lost just three times in the state of Florida. Two of those losses were to FSU.

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