The game was supposed to be played in September.
Florida State’s non-conference game against ULM has been rescheduled for Dec. 2 at noon, the school announced this morning.
The contest was originally slated for Sept. 9, but Hurricane Irma forced it to be postponed.
At 3-5 with Clemson coming up this weekend, Florida State will likely need a win in this game to be bowl eligible.
OFFICIAL: Our game vs. ULM has been rescheduled for Dec. 2 at noon.
— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) November 7, 2017
As mentioned above, the 3-5 Seminoles play at Clemson this weekend. A loss is likely, so the team will fall to 3-6 with a home game against Delaware State and a trip to Florida next on the schedule.
Assuming FSU wins both of those games, the ‘Noles will be 5-6 entering the ULM clash. ULM, meanwhile, is 4-5 with games against Auburn and Arkansas State leading up to the finale in Tallahassee.
If ULM loses to Auburn and beats Arkansas State, and Florida State goes 2-1 over the next three games, the makeup game on December 2 will be a battle for bowl eligibility.