The ACC announced all of its conference games for 2016 and so now Florida State’s schedule is completely set. Here’s a clean and easy look at the schedule for you:
That’s not a cakewalk for the Noles who will start the season playing against Ole Miss who brings back dynamic quarterback Chad Kelly. The two teams haven’t met since 1961 when the Rebels won 33-0. The Noles will also have a much more manageable schedule with a later bye week coming right before hosting Clemson the last weekend of October.
The Noles will also host a non-Saturday or Monday game for the first time since 2002 and the first non-Saturday since 2009 as well when the Boston College Golden Eagles come into town in November.
The Noles will get a good feel for the Citrus Bowl before the Ole Miss with the annual Garnett and Gold game being played there April 9th.