TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State will have three bye weeks for the first time in program history and travel to Texas in late September to welcome Southern Methodist to the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The ACC on Wednesday announced its full slate of games for the 2024 football season.
2024 Florida State Seminoles Football Schedule
|vs. Georgia Tech
|Hard Rock Stadium
|at Notre Dame
|Notre Dame, Ind.
Highlights of the complete schedule include games against two of the three newest members of the ACC – at home against California on Sept. 21 and a trip to Dallas to face SMU. The Seminoles will serve as the debut ACC opponent for the Golden Bears and Mustangs.
Florida State will also get an early October visit from Clemson, which lost to the Seminoles last season for the first time since 2014. The Seminoles will likely be led by transfer quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei, who was 2-0 against Florida State while starting for the Tigers in 2021 and 2022.
The Seminoles will travel to South Florida for their annual grudge match against Miami on the final Saturday in October. Florida State has won three straight against the Hurricanes, including a 45-3 beatdown the last time the teams met at Hard Rock Stadium in 2022.
As previously announced, the Seminoles will begin the season against Georgia Tech in Ireland. Because the game is being played outside of the country on Aug. 24, the Seminoles receive an extra bye week.
Those bye weeks are strategically positioned after the Labor Day night home opener against Boston College, at the midway point of the season after the Clemson game and after a Nov. 9 road trip to Notre Dame. All teams get two bye weeks in 2024.
The Seminoles conclude ACC play on the first weekend in November. Florida State's ACC finale is set for Nov. 2 at home against North Carolina and Tar Heels head coach Mack Brown (a Florida State alumnus).
In nonconference play, the Seminoles welcome Memphis to Tallahassee for the first time since 1989. Florida State head coach Mike Norvell coached the Tigers from 2016-19.
The Seminoles also visit Notre Dame for the first time since 2020. Florida State hasn't beaten the Fighting Irish since 2014 and hasn't won at Notre Dame Stadium since a 37-0 drubbing in 2003.
Florida State concludes the regular season at home against Florida. The Seminoles are 2-0 against the Billy Napier-led Gators.