FSU football is just over a 100 days away from the 2019 opening game against Boise State in Jacksonville.
The last time FSU football opened up the season in a neutral site game in the state of Florida was in 2016 against Ole Miss.
The game took place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, and had 63,042 fans in attendance.
I’m not expecting those numbers when the Noles take in Boise State in the opener at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville.
Boise State doesn’t have quite the traveling fan base Ole Miss does but apparently there are not many tickets left.
Tickets are on sale and they are reasonably priced starting as low as $28.75 but there’s only 11 sections with tickets available according to this link.
The majority of the seats appear to be on the visitor’s side of the stadium with almost all of the tickets left being in the upper sections.
Information on tailgating can be found here and parking passes are available for $35.
This is arguably the most important game on the schedule and it’s extremely important for Noles fans to come out and support the team.
FSU was around a touchdown favorite when early betting lines first opened a few weeks back. A win against Boise State will give the Noles huge momentum and a boost of confidence compared to how their opening game went in 2018.
A win there would give FSU football a decent shot of being undefeated going into the Clemson game.
It would also be tremendous for recruiting since it would support the message of FSU football being on the way back to the top.
A loss to Boise State would be devastating to a fan base thirsty for success after its first losing season in most of our lifetimes. It would also be devastating to recruiting just as the results of last season were.
So be sure to get your tickets if you haven’t done so to do all you can as a fan base to support this program trying to right the ship.