Ex-Soviet Rating Entered Top 5 Top 25 Action Network Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2023
After a 35-32 win against Oklahoma in the Cheez-It Bowl, No. 13 Florida State (10-3) could move into the top 10 of the Associated Press (AP) Top 25 as soon as it is released after the National Playoffs – of the student football championship on January 9.
However, Action Network’s College Football Insider Brett McMurphy is already looking ahead.
McMurphy released his “Too Soon” top 25 for 2023, and the Seminoles were ranked No. 4.
The Seminoles sit behind Georgia, Alabama and Michigan. Florida State is five spots higher than the next Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) program, Clemson, which McMurphy has ranked No. 9.
Since the bowl game, head coach Mike Norvell and FSU have had redshirt sophomore defensive end Jared Wersch and redshirt sophomore wide receiver Johnny Wilson declare his intention to forego the NFL draft and return to school.
Those two players return in addition to redshirt junior quarterback Jordan Travis and redshirt sophomore Trey Benson, who each announced their returns prior to the bowl game.
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Florida State opens the 2023 regular season against LSU in Orlando, Florida. The Tigers are ranked #6 in McMurphy’s Way Too Early Top 25.
On September 4, 2022, the Seminoles defeated LSU 24–23 to end their two-game series with the Tigers at Camping World Stadium on September 3.
Florida State hosts Southern Miss on Sept. 9 and North Alabama on Nov. 18, with other ACC home games against Duke, Miami, Syracuse and Virginia Tech on undetermined dates.
The Seminoles hit the road in Florida on Nov. 25 and have ACC road games against Boston College, Clemson, Wake Forest and Pittsburgh on the dateless slate.
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