Analysis: Entertaining schedule, QBs, Notre Dame, stadium capacity

The news of a major scheduling shuffle on Wednesday, the inclusion of Notre Dame and a no-division format was a stunning development for fans across the ACC.

But it also brings optimism: A plan is in place to play football. And it's a schedule unlike anything Florida State or any ACC school has ever seen. If the games are played from the start (Sept. 7-12) to the finish three months later (Dec. 12 or 19 for the ACC title game), this could be the best schedule FSU has played since 2014. And the Seminoles . . .

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