Led by the return of Jameis Winston, the ‘Noles are ready to begin their title defense. Proven talent returns all over the field. This team has a throwback feel to it, mimicking the speed, power, and depth of the FSU teams during the Bobby Bowden dynasty era. The ‘Noles have won 16 straight coming into this season and are looking to extend that number.
Florida State undoubtedly has a tougher schedule in 2014 than it did 2013. The Seminoles are trading out Nevada and Idaho, for powerhouses like Notre Dame and Oklahoma State. Despite the bulked up schedule, FSU fans will still have the same expectations: a 12-0 record, ACC Championship, and winning the first ever College Football Playoff.