The FSU Seminoles have a good returning class. They seem primed for a good recruiting class.
Only one thing could get in the way of FSU.
The schedule. Coach Jimbo Fisher has his work cut out for him.
The Seminoles play one of the nation’s toughest schedules in 2017, which was confirmed Wednesday as the ACC announced it schedules. FSU plays both teams that were in the national championship game – Clemson and Alabama.
The Seminoles also play rivals Miami and Florida. They play Louisville, which beat them handily a year ago.
FSU opens its season Sept. 2 in Atlanta against the Crimson Tide, the plays Louisiana-Monroe, Miami, N.C. State, at Wake Forest, at Duke, Louisville, Boston College and Syracuse. The Noles wind up their season playibg at Clemson on Nov. 11, Delaware State on Nov. 18 at at Florida on Nov. 25. The ACC championship, should FSU make it, is scheduled for Dec. 2.
FSU finished eighth in the nation last season, behind national champion Clemson and runner-up Alabama.