The Florida State Seminoles will take on the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats at Doak Campbell Stadium on Saturday.
Both teams are unbeaten, though the Seminoles are considered a clear favorite following last week's dominating performance against Nevada.
Still, FSU is taking the threat seriously. The Wildcats, an FCS team, have gone 3-0 this season.
“We’ve got a great opponent coming up this week in Bethune,” FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher said. “They’re 3-0 and averaging 38 points a game and giving up nine, that’s less than we are. They went out and beat FIU 34-13 and handled them very easily.”
“We’re going to treat them like any other opponent,” FSU defensive tackle Jacobbi McDaniel said. “Just because Bethune-Cookman is an FCS school, that doesn't mean a thing. That’s another college football team.”
FSU's Christian Jones, a starting linebacker, and Eddie Goldman, a starting defensive end, will not be allowed to play in Saturday's game due to an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Spread: FSU is favored by 39 (source)
Watch: The game will air on ESPN3 and the Seminoles Radio Network.