Monday September 7th, 2015

In-state opponents Florida State and South Florida will face off on Saturday in Tallahassee. 

Florida State took on Texas State in its season opener on Saturday. The Seminoles beat the Bobcats 59-16, extending their winning streak at home to 15 games. FSU's new starting quarterback Everett Golson, a transfer from Notre Dame, had 302 yards, four touchdowns and no turnovers before backup Sean Maguire took over late in the fourth quarter. 

South Florida opened its season with 51-3 victory over Florida A&M on Sept. 5. The Bulls offense accumulated 556 yards and scored the most points for South Florida since 2011. Quarterback Quinton Flowers made his second career start, throwing two touchdown passes to D’Ernest Johnson and compiling 204 all-purpose yards. 

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 11:30 AM ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here
TV coverage: ESPN
Radio: For a list of South Florida affiliates, click here. For a list of Florida State affiliates, click here

Team schedules

Florida State:

Sept. 5: vs. Texas State (W, 59–16)
Sept. 12: vs. USF
Sept. 18: at Boston College
Oct. 3: at Wake Forest
Oct. 10: vs. Miami 
Oct. 17: vs. Louisville
Oct. 24: at Georgia Tech
Oct. 31: ​vs. Syracuse
Nov. 7: at Clemson
Nov. 14: vs. NC State 
Nov 21: vs. Chattanooga 
Nov. 28: at Florida

South Florida: 

Sept. 5: vs. Florida A&M (W, 51–3)
Sept. 12: at FSU
Sept. 19: at Maryland
Oct. 2: vs. Memphis
Oct. 10: vs. Syracuse
Oct. 17: at UConn
Oct. 24: vs. SMU
Oct. 31: ​at Navy
Nov. 7: at ECU
Nov. 14: vs. Temple
Nov. 20: vs. Cincinnati 
Nov. 26: at UCF

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