The Seminoles (5-3, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) have won three straight games in which they’ve outscored opponents by a combined 116-32. They’ve scored 30 points or more in seven of eight games this season and 10 of their last 12 dating back to last year.
Florida State lost twice in September, once in October and is hoping for a perfect finish in hopes of an attractive bowl bid.
The Seminoles begin a challenging November schedule Thursday night at Boston College before returning home to host longtime nemesis Miami on Nov. 12. Florida State finishes the season with a home date against Virginia on Nov. 19 and a visit to archrival Florida on Nov. 26.
Source: Associated Press