The Clemson Tigers dropped out of the Top 25 for the first time in two seasons, but starting quarterback Cade Klubnik isn’t worried.
Felt great,” Klubnik said. “In control the whole game, it felt like we played like us,” he said following the Tigers staggering 48-14 victory over Florida Atlantic in Week 3. After a Week 1 upset loss to unranked Duke, the Tigers are looking for more wins as the Tigers look to claw their way back into the Top 25.
Klubnik and the reinvigorated Tigers offense will need all that momentum and confidence coming into Week 4 as the Heisman candidate Jordan Travis and the No. 4-ranked Seminoles head Clemson to take on the Tigers.
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One of the best matchups of Week 4 of the NCAA college footballs season, we can’t wait to watch.
How to watch the Florida State vs. Clemson NCAA college football game
The Clemson Tigers square off against the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday, Sept. 23 at 12:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m. PT). You can watch it on ABC.
Watching the Clemson Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles game has never been easier, whether you’re watching on a TV or mobile device thanks to Sling TV, an easy and inexpensive way to stream this game (and more college football matchups).
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Watch the Week 4 Florida State Seminoles vs. Clemson Tigers game : FuboTV
You can also catch the Saturday’s big game on FuboTV. FuboTV is a sports-centric streaming service that offers access to almost every NFL game of the season. Packages include CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL RedZone and more, so you’ll be able to watch more than just today’s games.
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More teams to follow during the 2023 college football season
The Georgia Bulldogs want to run it back. The Georgia Bulldogs became just the fifth program to win back-to-back national championships when they beat the Alabama Crimson Tide 33-18 in 2022. Since 1936, no college team has won three-in-a-row. The Bulldogs are hoping to change all that. Head coach Kirby Smart has focused on leadership skills for his players, stating the team’s biggest opponent is “complacency.”
Can Deion Sanders make the Colorado Buffaloes great? Coach Prime made headlines during the offseason. Only ten scholarship players from the Buffaloes’ 2022-season roster remain on the team after Sanders took advantage of transfer portal rules to revamp the team’s roster. Prime’s in his first season as the Buffaloes coach and he’ll hope to work the same magic on the Buffaloes program as he did in his successful three years at Jackson State. But the lights of the Pac-12 shine brighter than they do in the FCS and Sanders will have to rise to the occasion. Good news for Sanders, the Buffs finished 1-11 last season. There’s only one way to go but up.
Important dates for the 2023 college football season:
- The 13-week 2023 college football season runs from Aug. 27 through Dec. 9.
- Two semifinal games, the Rose Bowl Game and the Allstate Sugar Bowl, are scheduled for New Year’s Day (Monday, January 1, 2024).
- The College Football Playoff National Championship is scheduled for Monday, January 8, 2024 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
How will all the college football shake ups shake out?
In July 2022, UCLA and USC finally agreed on something. The frenemy rivals would both leave the Pac-12 in favor of the Big Ten in 2024. This summer, Colorado announced it would return to the Big 12. Since then, Arizona, Arizona State and Utah have announced an exodus from the Pac-12 to the Big-12 at the end of the 2023 season. Washington and Oregon State are also ditching the Pac-12 for the Big 10 at the same time.
The school shuffling won’t affect the 2023 season much, but expect journalists to talk about it to no end. With the Pac-12 currently down to just four teams for the 2024 season, the demise of the Pac-12 is sure to be one of the biggest stories of the season.
We’re also looking forward to these stories during the 2023 NCAA college football season
The Alabama Crimson Tide came into the 2023 season ranked No. 4. Saban and company aren’t going to be comfortable with the demotion and will surely be a major threat to the Bulldogs scoring that three-peat. Ohio State has arguably one of the best receiver rooms in college football led by the dazzling Marvin Harrison Jr. The Buckeyes face some tough competition against Indiana in Week 1, but if the team has ever been primed to go all the way, this is that year. And don’t forget that Florida/Utah rematch.
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