Talahasi – State of Florida Will not take field for third week in a row. He was scheduled to travel to Durham, NC on Saturday 5 December to face the Seminoles Duke At the Valace Les Wade Stadium, but the game will not be played on Sunday evening according to the Atlantic Coast Conference. A Florida state spokesman noted the game had been canceled.
The Duke also announced Sunday night at the Atlantic Coast Conference Will now host number 10 Miami This coming week, his original opponent will replace Florida State. That The game will take off at 8pm and will be broadcast live on the ACC network.
FSU’s previous two scheduled games, both against home Clemson And then Virginia, The last two mornings of the game were postponed to each.
The game against Clemson, scheduled for Saturday, November 21, was postponed. Call a scheduled game morning after a conference where the medical staff from both teams were unable to agree with each other to move forward with the game.
The game against Virginia, scheduled for Saturday, November 28, was postponed. Following positive tests, subsequent quarantine and contact tracing in the Florida State Football Team. David Coburn, FSU director of athletics, said in a statement after the adjournment that “this morning after finding the contact and determined that there are only scholars 44 scholarship players for the game, some position groups are almost completely eliminated.”
It is unclear at this time whether FSU could possibly play on the end of December 12 or on December 19.
Some scheduled notes on previous scheduled opponents:
– Virginia is currently set to host Boston College this weekend and has a re-scheduled game against Virginia Tech for December 12th. Those two games put him 10 games in the season, including nine conference games.
– Clemson, who has no games scheduled for the weekend of December 12, could play in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship game on the weekend of December 19. The Tigers, who travel to Virginia Tech this weekend, will play their 10th game of the season and their ninth match against a conference opponent.
– The Duke have no teams on their schedule this weekend. The Blue Devils will play their 10th game of the season on Saturday, when they will host Miami, and it will be their ninth conference game.
– The original ACC schedule for the 2020 season featured 10 conference opponents plus one non-conference opponent for 11 game schedules.
The FSU is 2-6 in the season, with only 1-6 against conference opponents.
Here is the full presentation from ACC:
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today that the Duke game at Florida State will not be played on Saturday, December 5th. Instead, Miami will tour for a kickoff at Duke’s ACC network this Saturday at 8 p.m.
Game time and network for all games on Saturday 5th December are as follows:
Saturday, December 5th
West Carolina at North Carolina, noon, ACCN
Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m., Syracuse on NBC (Previously announced)
Boston College in Virginia, 3:30 p.m., R.S.N.
Georgia Tech at NC State, 4 p.m., ACC Network
Clemson at Virginia Tech, 7:30 p.m., ABC
Miami at Duke, 8 p.m., ACC Network
As previously announced, the scheduling model for 2020 ACC Football.com includes 11 games (10 conferences plus one non-conference), with each team playing at least 13 weeks of having two open dates. In the November 28 games, the ACC has played 74 of its 85 scheduled games (74.1 percent).