San Diego State is the only program to hold more than two victories over the Noles without suffering a defeat.
The two teams met for the first time in 1973, with the Noles losing the first six games of the season before traveling to San Diego to take on the Aztecs.
FSU lost the game 38-17 in front of 36,000 fans and finished the season 0-11 under Larry Jones, who got fired after the season.
The two teams met again in 1977, with FSU once again traveling to San Diego in Bobby Bowden’s second season in Tallahassee.
The Noles ranked No. 13 nationally, but several turnovers and a blocked punt led to 24 points for San Diego State to score a 41-16 upset. FSU went on to finish the season 10-2 with a victory over Texas Tech in the Tangerine Bowl.