The next chapter takes place Saturday, when the No. 12 Seminoles host No. 2 Clemson at Doak Campbell Stadium. FSU hasn't lost to Clemson in Tallahassee since 2006.
Florida State coach Jimbo FIsher met with the media Monday to reflect on last week's bye and look ahead to Saturday's primtime matchup with the Clemson Tigers (8 p.m., ABC).
Jimbo Fisher Press Conference Highlights: Clemson
Anquan Boldin scored a late, game-winning touchdown, Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on track and a pair of former Florida State standouts led their respective teams in tackles.
Bryan LaCivita will has played on a national championship team, been a part of two ACC titles and helped to prepare some of the best players in recent Florida State football history.
Alec Eberle Honored
Layne Herdt and Tim Linafelt offer up their thoughts on the midseason MVP's and surprises for the Seminoles.
Francois- Stepping Up in the Pocket
Doak Campbell Stadium already received one recent transformation, as the Champions Club in the south end zone has permanently altered the views and atmosphere, both inside and outside the stadium.
Jimbo Fisher meets with the media on Tuesday.
Outside Two Mugs: Derrick Nnadi
For nearly three years, Roderick Johnson, Florida State's junior left tackle, has been able to line up, look to his right and know exactly whose face he'll see.