Maryland Vs. Florida State Game Time, TV Schedule, Announcers And More

Who: Florida State Seminoles (3-3, 1-2) Vs. Maryland Terrapins (2-4, 1-2 ACC)

Where: Doak Campbell Stadium

When: 3:30 EST

TV Information: Mike Patrick and Craig James have the call on ABC/ESPN2.

Spread: Florida State by 17.5.

Last game: Florida State beat Duke 41-16. Maryland surrendered an 18-point second half lead to Maryland, losing 56-45 despite QB C.J. Brown's antics.

Last season: The Seminoles beat the Terrapins 30-16 last year en route to an ACC Championship game appearance, beating up Maryland freshman QB phenom of a year ago Danny O'Brien.

Key absences: The Seminoles will be weak along the front line, which has struggled running the ball. It will not help that they will also be without the services of RB Chris Thompson. WR Willie Haulstead will also be absent. The Terrapins should be getting a boost as top defensive player Kenny Tate, who is listed as probably, should be returning to the lineup after missing several games. The Terps are also without key offensive lineman Andrew Gorrella, who has been lost for the season with a leg injury.

For more on the Seminoles, visit Tomahawk Nation. Terps, fans can make their way to Testudo Times. Also visit SB Nation Tampa for more info.

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