January 20, 2005 - by
Florida State’s 2005 Football Schedule Released

ACC Team By Team Schedules

Jan. 20, 2005

Greensboro, NC – The Atlantic Coast Conference released schedules for its 12 conference members on Wednesday. Florida State will open the season at home against Miami on September 5 (Monday night) in a prime time nationally televised game. FSU will travel to Boston College on September 17 in what will be Boston College’s first-ever ACC football game.

“Our 2005 football schedule provides a good balance in terms of home and road games and affords us good spacing regarding our open dates,” said FSU Director of Athletics Dave Hart. “Boston College joins our conference this year which sets the stage for divisional play and the inaugural ACC Championship Game at ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville on December 3. That is certainly a date everyone will point toward.”

Florida State, which finished second in the ACC in 2004 with a 6-2 record, will play conference members Miami, Wake Forest, Maryland and NC State at home in 2005, along with The Citadel and Syracuse. The Seminoles will travel for games against Virginia, Duke, Clemson and Florida.

Florida State and the ACC will release game times at a later date.

2005 Florida State Schedule

Sept. 17 at Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA
Sept. 24 Open
Oct. 15 at Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Oct. 22 at Duke Durham, NC
Nov. 12 at Clemson Clemson, SC
Nov. 19 Open
Nov. 26 at Florida Gainesville, FL
Dec. 3 ACC Championship Game Jacksonville, FL

The 2005 ACC football schedule is as follows:

Thursday, September 1
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest

Saturday, September 3
Boston College at Brigham Young
Texas A&M at Clemson
Duke at East Carolina
Georgia Tech at Auburn
Maryland vs. Navy (Baltimore, Md.)
Virginia Tech at NC State
Western Michigan at Virginia

Monday, September 5
Miami at Florida State

Saturday, September 10
Army at Boston College
Clemson at Maryland
Virginia Tech at Duke
The Citadel at Florida State
North Carolina at Georgia Tech
NC State at Temple
Wake Forest at Nebraska

Saturday, September 17
Florida State at Boston College
Miami at Clemson
VMI at Duke
Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech
West Virginia at Maryland
Wisconsin at North Carolina
Eastern Kentucky at NC State
Virginia at Syracuse
East Carolina at Wake Forest

Saturday, September 24
Boston College at Clemson
Duke at Virginia
Connecticut at Georgia Tech
Maryland at Wake Forest
Colorado at Miami
North Carolina at NC State
Ohio at Virginia Tech

Saturday, October 1
Ball State at Boston College
Clemson at Wake Forest
Navy at Duke
Syracuse at Florida State
Virginia at Maryland
South Florida at Miami
Utah at North Carolina
Virginia Tech at West Virginia

Thursday, October 6
NC State at Georgia Tech

Saturday, October 8
Virginia at Boston College
Duke at Miami
Wake Forest at Florida State
Maryland at Temple
North Carolina at Louisville
Marshall at Virginia Tech

Thursday, October 13
Clemson at NC State

Saturday, October 15
Wake Forest at Boston College
Georgia Tech at Duke
Florida State at Virginia
Miami at Temple

Thursday, October 20
Virginia Tech at Maryland

Saturday, October 22
Temple at Clemson
Florida State at Duke
Georgia Tech at Miami
Virginia at North Carolina
NC State at Wake Forest

Thursday, October 27
Boston College at Virginia Tech

Saturday, October 29
Clemson at Georgia Tech
Wake Forest at Duke
Maryland at Florida State
North Carolina at Miami
Southern Mississippi at NC State

Saturday, November 5
Boston College at North Carolina
Duke at Clemson
NC State at Florida State
Wake Forest at Georgia Tech
Miami at Virginia Tech
Temple at Virginia

Saturday, November 12
NC State at Boston College
Florida State at Clemson
Georgia Tech at Virginia
Maryland at North Carolina

Thursday, November 17
Miami at Wake Forest

Saturday, November 19
Boston College at Maryland
Clemson at South Carolina
Duke at North Carolina
Virginia Tech at Virginia

Saturday, November 26
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Maryland at NC State
Virginia at Miami
North Carolina at Virginia Tech

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