2021 Florida State football schedule analysis
As FSU prepares for a new football season, their schedule seems to be on the rocky side. However, they are still rebuilding from their previous seasons. Hopefully, head coach Mike Norvell will bring Tallahassee college football back to its feet.
Next year, the Seminoles will have a total of 12 games. Seven will be played home, and five away. FSU will begin the season against Notre Dame on September 5th, 2021, at Doak Campbell stadium in Tallahassee. Even though their matchups are tough competitors, Norvell has hope that his team can stick with them. Through their first game to their last game against the Florida gators, they will be meeting their matches with tough opponents in between, including Miami, Clemson, and Boston College.
If FSU were to lose against Clemson and Florida, there has to be at least a win between Notre Dame and North Carolina. There will be a loss somewhere else in between; perhaps at Wake Forest or at Boston College. Only positive energy and a great offense and defense will tell. If they start with two wins against UMass and Jacksonville, then start struggling from there, they will face loss after loss. Having hope and playing hard will determine this season's record for Florida State.
Florida State Football Schedule 2021
Sept. 5: Notre Dame (home) Sept. 11: Jacksonville State (home) Sept. 18: North Carolina (away) Sept. 25: Louisville (home) Oct. 2: Syracuse (Family Weekend) (home) Oct. 9: Chapel Hill, North Carolina (away) Oct. 23: UMASS (home) Oct. 30: Clemson (away) Nov. 6: NC State (home) Nov. 13: Miami (home) Nov. 20: Boston College (away) Nov. 27: Florida (away)