FSU Football announces unified squad for Boston College

FSU Football announces unified squad for Boston College


Florida State Seminoles football, after their hard-earned victory against Miami (Florida), will continue their battle for pot eligibility as they head to Chestnut Hill to face the Boston College Eagles.

Prior to the match, the Seminoles announced their road match uniform.

According to DraftKings, the Eagles are the 1.5 point nominees, with over/under 55.5 points.

The kick-off between the two teams has been set at 12 noon and will be broadcast on ACC.

Game notes, via Seminoles.com

  • The Seminoles turned 25 consecutive trips into the red for a total of 150 points, which is the longest active streak in the ACC and the third longest active streak in the state (via ESPN Statistics and Information). It is also the program’s longest red zone point streak since converting 31 in a row across the 2016 and 2017 seasons. FSU was 1 for 1 with a touchdown in the red against Louisville, 6–6 against Syracuse, scoring four touchdowns and 2 field goals, 3 for 3 in North Carolina with three touchdowns, 6 for 6 against UMass with five touchdowns and one field goal, 1 for 1 at Clemson with a touchdown, 2 for 2 with two touchdowns against North Carolina and 6 for 6 with three touchdowns and three field goals versus Miami.
  • FSU ranks first in the ACC and 18th in the country with 71.4 red zone touchdowns this season (25 of 35).
  • Florida State has scored at least one interception in six straight games, the program’s longest running streak since 2014, and has a total of 12 tips in those games. The Seminole’s 16-meal season ranks second in the ACC.
  • Florida State produced 100 yards in six of its first 10 games of 2021, and is one of only seven teams in the country to have at least six different games with 100 yards and six 200-yard dash games as a team. this year. Jashawn Corbin has four 100-yard games, the fourth-highest total in the ACC, center back Jordan Travis has two 100-yard games, third among ACC’s players and the 8th-most aggregate in the conference. Florida tied for 11th in the country with at least six 60-yard plays this season and tied for 13th with three plays for at least 70 yards. Three FSU rushing plays of at least 60 yards and two rushing plays of at least 70 yards each rank first in the ACC and tied for fourth nationally, while its four rushing plays of at least 50 yards tied for third in the conference and third Ten in the nation.
  • The Seminoles held Miami to a rushing 43 yards, the 7-lowest rush-in for Hurricanes in 66 games of the series ever, and the lowest number allowed by the FFA in any game since Miami held to 40 yards on November 2, 2019. It was Also the third best quick defense in a singles match in Mike Norville’s career as a coach.
  • FSU ranks second in the ACC and 11th nationally in red zone defense, allowing 70.4 percent of drives to reach the red zone. Florida held opponents for 6 of 12 (.500) red zone transfers in October, the ACC’s best defensive pit stop and the second best defensive pit stop in the nation.

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