2013: 14-0 (8-0) ACC
The Florida State Seminoles started off the 2013 season ranked number eleven. They finished the year ranked number one adding another national championship to their name. They were led by Heisman trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston. The national championship game vs Auburn, which FSU won 34-31, was the only time they didn’t blow out their opponent. Offensively, Florida State was stacked but will have a lot to replace looking ahead to the 2014 season. Leading receiver's Kenny Shaw (Browns), Kelvin Benjamin (Panthers) and leading rusher Devonta Freeman (Falcons) will not be returning to Tallahassee next year. Even with all the talent departing, Florida State looks to once again be a contender in 2014. With a stacked recruiting class and Winston returning can the Seminoles extend their record to seven straight bowl wins? Head to Gold Coast Tickets today to find out!
The Florida State Seminoles are based in Tallahassee, Florida at Florida State University. The Seminoles are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference in the Atlantic Division and are one of the winningest football programs in the FBS. the FBS. They played their first season in 1947 and since then have gone on to claim three national championships, 17 conference titles, and boast three Heisman winners. They have also appeared in 43 bowl games and gained much of their success in the 1980s and 1990s, with their three national championships coming in 1993, 1999 and 2014. The Seminoles play their home games on Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, a stadium with a capacity over 82,000. Florida State’s rivals include Miami, Clemson, Virginia, and archrival Florida.