FSU football: Three things to look forward to for Noles' Orange Bowl matchup vs UGA

Florida State football has three things it can look forward to in its Orange Bowl matchup versus the Georgia Bulldogs.

Capital One Champion Orange Bowl trophy on display during the ACC Kickoff Media Days event in
Capital One Champion Orange Bowl trophy on display during the ACC Kickoff Media Days event in / Ken Ruinard / USA Today Network / USA
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FSU football has finally approached its final game of the 2023 season as the Seminoles take on the Georgia Bulldogs in the Capital One Orange Bowl at 4:00 PM EST today on ESPN.

Florida State is dealing with an uphill battle, given the amount of opt-outs for this contest. While some national analysts at ESPN could suggest that the players opting out is bad for the sport of college football, it is also worth noting that leaving an undefeated Power Five conference champion out of the College Football Playoff because of a 13-member committee "thinking" that the Seminoles would not win a playoff game with their backup quarterback (remember Ohio State's Cardale Jones).

I do not blame players for opting out of this game due to it being a meaningless exhibition contest. Georgia is considered a 20-point favorite at this time. While several Seminole fans expect it to be a bloodbath in the Bulldogs' favor, let's discuss three things to look forward to in the game.