The Florida State Seminoles football team hasn’t started a season 3-0 since 2015. Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Cardinal Stadium, the undefeated Florida State Seminoles (2-0) will take on the winless Louisville Cardinals (1-1, 0-1 ACC).
Since 2014, these two teams have faced off in the ACC Atlantic, and the Cardinals have won the last two encounters. In 2020, they won 48-16; in 2021, they won 31-23.
This game is FSU’s first after a bye week. The season started with a 47-7 win for the Seminoles over Duquesne in “Week Zero,” followed by a 24-23 triumph over LSU at the Superdome in New Orleans.
To kick off the season, Louisville was stunned with a 31-7 loss against Syracuse. The Cardinals, however, got back on track with a 20-14 victory over UCF.
Since quarterback Jordan Travis moved from Louisville to Florida State before the 2019 season, this game may have special significance for him. Greedy Vance, a cornerback, and Jarrett Jackson, a defensive tackle, were acquired by the Seminoles from the Cardinals via free agency.
When and where to watch the FSU vs. Boston College football game on September 24 has been released. Here are four things to remember about the Seminoles’ bye week: Florida State football might romp over Louisville after a bye week
Brotherly Affection: Mycah Pittman, a wide receiver for the Florida State Seminoles, boasted, “I think I am better than my brother.”
Keep following venturejolt.com for more updates. If you find this article interesting, bookmark our site for recent updates.