2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
4-3, 6th in ACC - Atlantic
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Quint Kessenich ESPN Reporter 

Midfield artwork. Painting the Seminole. Florida State & Louisville. Saturday noon ESPN.

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Quint Kessenich ESPN Reporter 

Heisman winner Lamar Jackson faces FSU's Derwin James in a clash of two of the countries best players. Sat noon ESPN

ESPN Stats & Info

FPI favors Seminoles to clip Cardinals

Florida State will have to stop Louisville QB Lamar Jackson in order to avoid its first four-loss season since 2011. Easier said than done, as the reigning Heisman winner leads the FBS with 430.3 total offensive yards this season.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said Florida State quarterback James Blackman attended a quarterback camp two summers ago in Louisville. "He's a very good young man and good player and was really into it," Petrino said. "You could see his motivation, how much he concentrated and how well he practiced."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said there has been an emphasis on tackling during practice this week, to help shore up some of the issues the defense has had. He said the two big keys are making sure players are using the right technique to be in position to make the tackle, and to get more players to the ball.

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4dMark Schlabach

Ranking the Power 5 conferences by entertainment value: ACC

What looked like the best Power 5 conference at the end of 2016 is limping into the second half of the 2017 season. If Clemson doesn't rebound, Miami might be the ACC's only hope to make the CFP.

ESPN Stats & Info

More ACC history for Jackson

With his five total touchdowns in Saturday's loss to Boston College, reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson became the fourth player in ACC history to be responsible for 100 touchdowns.

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Boston College upsets Louisville 45-42 in shootout

Colton Lichtenberg kicked a 27-yard field goal as time expired, pushing Boston College past Louisville 45-42 in a shootout Saturday after the Cardinals tied the game late behind three fourth-quarter scores by Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson had 512 yards and five touchdowns against Boston College, a completely wasted effort considering the lackluster defense and mistakes that cost the Cards. Dating to last season, Louisville has lost six of its last 10 games.

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FG wins it for Eagles' (0:28)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

A.J. Dillon stunned many when he decommitted from Michigan to sign with Boston College. But he was the star against Louisville, with 272 yards rushing and four touchdowns in a 45-42 win over the Cards. BC went into the game as a 21-point underdog.

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Louisville turnover gives Boston College another chance (0:50)
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Jackson scrambles 41 yards for 3rd rushing TD (0:31)
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Dillon's 75-yard touchdown run (0:45)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College starter Anthony Brown left the Louisville game with an injury but Darius Wade has led the offense without a problem. A.J. Dillon and the run game have dominated, and BC has 42 points, the second-most it has scored in an ACC game (beat NC State 52-20 in 2009).

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville's defense has been a disappointment this season, and its struggles against Boston College took center stage through three quarters. The Cards have already allowed 35 points to the worst statistical offense in the ACC.

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Dillon's 3rd TD extends Eagles' lead (0:18)
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Jackson uses option to weave into the end zone (0:39)
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Jackson connects with Averett for TD on 4th down (1:24)
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Jackson throws INT to set up BC (0:35)
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Hilliman's TD puts BC in front (0:29)

Team Stats

Passing Yards358.9Tied-7th
Rushing Yards208.628th
Points For38.1Tied-19th
Points Against29.6Tied-85th