Get set for game 2: Links to stories, what to do at Doak

Florida State will play host to Jacksonville State on Saturday at 8 p.m. (ACC Network). A link to FSU’s radio network affiliates is here.

The Gamecocks will earn a $400,000 guarantee to play in Tallahassee. The FSU and JSU bands will be playing at halftime.

Depth charts for FSU and JSU can be viewed here (or printed out in PDF format).

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What to do at Doak

There are plenty of options and there’s nothing wrong with tailgating and catching up with friends. (Lots open at noon)

But there are a number of activities that you should consider:

Take a seat inside Dick Howser Stadium to hear the Marching Chiefs’ skull session (around 6 p.m.)

Stop by the Sod Cemetery and push the button on the newly added information box to learn more about FSU’s football history of wins on the road and in bowl games. A longer version will be added specifically on game days. This week’s Sod Talk features a video with Jimmy Jordan and Wally Woodham on Seminoles.com

The FSU football team will do a Legacy Walk from the fountain outside Howser and into Doak (around 5:30)

Enjoy the energy in restaurants, bars and retail shops on Madison Street in College Town, just east of intramural fields (Lot 14) and Woodward Street. 

Stadium and Dunlap Champions Club open at 5:30.