The 2016 college football season continues Friday, Nov. 11, as No. 18 Florida State hosts Boston College at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida.

The Seminoles are 6-3 overall, 3-3 in the ACC. The Eagles are 4-5, 1-5.

ESPN2 will broadcast the game beginning at 6:30 p.m. Central (7:30 p.m. Eastern).

Florida State is a 21-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.


Florida State’s Dalvin Cook broke Warrick Dunn’s school single-season rushing record last November at home. One year later, the junior running back is in position to break another of Dunn’s marks.

Cook needs 128 yards to surpass Dunn’s career mark of 3,959 yards from 1993-96. Last season Cook eclipsed Dunn’s single-season record in nine games en route to 1,691 yards.

“The record is here to be grabbed,” Cook said. “When you work hard and do things the right way you get rewarded.”

Going into Friday night’s game against Boston College, Cook is second among running backs from Power 5 schools with 1,134 yards. He was held to 65 yards last week against North Carolina State, snapping a string of five straight 100-yard games.

Cook and the20th-ranked Seminoles (5-3, 3-3 ACC, CFP No. 18) face a Boston College defense that is ranked eighth in the Football Bowl Subdivision in rushing defense, allowing only 106.6 yards per game. Cook rushed for only 54 yards in last year’s 14-0 victory over the Eagles and had 76 two years ago.

Live streaming for Florida State-Boston College is available via Watch ESPN.

A Florida State back has not posted a 100-yard game against the Eagles (4-5, 1-4) in their past 11 meetings. Clemson’s Wayne Gallman is the only ACC running back to post a 100-yard game against Boston College this season.

“Their people on the defensive line play great and they play tremendous leverage,” Florida State

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