One of the most talked-about topics of the 2014 college football season has been Florida State's schedule. Fans of SEC teams, specifically, don't believe that the Seminoles face the same kind of gauntlet as other top-ranked teams. According to ESPN, in 2016, the Seminoles will have to take on one of the most-improved teams from the ultra-competitive conference. Brett McMurphy is reporting that Florida State and Ole Miss have struck a deal to open the season against each other on Monday, September 5 at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 13, 2014
Florida State, per usual, is also scheduled to play Florida, meaning that in 2016, they'll play at least two teams from the SEC. Score one for the fans - this game should be fantastic.