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FSU football 2020 schedule released

The Mike Norvell era opens in Atlanta against West Virginia and includes trips to Louisville and Miami.
Florida State head football coach Mike Norvell speaks at a news conference Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, in Tallahassee, Fla. Norvell is Florida State’s new coach, taking over a Seminoles program that has struggled while he was helping to build Memphis into a Group of Five power. [PHIL SEARS  |  AP]
Florida State head football coach Mike Norvell speaks at a news conference Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, in Tallahassee, Fla. Norvell is Florida State’s new coach, taking over a Seminoles program that has struggled while he was helping to build Memphis into a Group of Five power. [PHIL SEARS | AP]
Published Jan. 22
Updated Jan. 22

The Mike Norvell era at Florida State will open against West Virginia in Atlanta and includes a big game against Clemson on Oct. 10 and a trip to rival Miami a month later.

Another potentially tricky matchup: at Syracuse on Thursday, Nov. 19, on a short week after hosting Boston College.

Related: Mike Norvell’s FSU culture change could take time, former Memphis player says

Although the matchups have been known for a while, the ACC announced the full schedule for FSU, Miami and the rest of the conference Wednesday morning. Here’s FSU’s slate. All games are at home and on Saturday unless otherwise noted:

Sept. 5: vs. West Virginia (Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium)

Sept. 12: vs. Samford

Sept. 19: at Boise State

Sept. 26: Off

Oct. 3: at North Carolina State

Oct. 10: vs. Clemson

Oct. 17: vs. Wake Forest

Oct. 24: at Louisville

Oct. 31: vs. Pitt

Nov. 7: at Miami

Nov. 14: vs. Boston College

Related: Pooping rhinos, profanity and fan ultimatums: Inside FSU’s Bob Stoops emails

Thursday Nov. 19: at Syracuse

Nov. 28: vs. Florida

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