2015 schedule, game and TV times for the Florida State Seminoles.
Coming off an undefeated regular season and 13-1 campaign that ended with a loss to Oregon in the inaugural College Football Playoff, Florida State returns with significant roster turnover and some uncertainty after a rocky off-season off the field. Quarterback Jameis Winston, top receiver Rashad Greene and four starting offensive lineman are gone. Star running back Dalvin Cook was arrested for battery in July and suspended indefinitely, though his suspension was lifted after he was found not guilty. With 11 players departed for the NFL on both sides of the ball, new talent will be tasked with sustaining the Seminoles' recent success.
9/5: Texas State (8 p.m. ET, ESPN News)
9/12: South Florida (11:30 a.m. ET, ESPN)
9/18: at Boston College (8 p.m. ET, ESPN)
10/3: at Wake Forest (TBA)
10/10: Miami (FL) (TBA)
10/17: Louisville (TBA)
10/24: at Georgia Tech (TBA)
10/31: Syracuse (TBA)
11/7: at Clemson (TBA)
11/14: NC State (TBA)
11/21: Chattanooga (TBA)
11/28: at Florida (TBA)