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Florida State Seminoles vs. Nevada Wolfpack: Game Info

It feels as if it’s been another entire offseason since everyone witnessed the grand performance the Florida State Seminoles put on Labor Day night in the opener against Pitt, but it’s almost time to see the ‘Noles take the field once again.

In their second test of the season, FSU will be facing off against dynamic QB Cody Fajardo (we think) and the Nevada Wolfpack. That pistol attack on offense should be a nice test to see where the Florida State defense stands in terms of dealing with a dual-threat QB.

Nevada enters the game at 1-1 on the year. Last week they grabbed their first victory of the season against UC-Davis after getting blown right out of the Rose Bowl by the UCLA Bruins.

This is the first-ever meeting between the two programs.

Date: September 14th

Start Time: 3:30 PM ET

Location: Doak Campbell Stadium; Tallahassee, FL

Weather Forecast: 90 degrees; 30% chance of rain


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