Florida State has struggled at times this season, but Mike Norvell’s squad appears to have turned a corner in recent weeks. 

The Seminoles have won three straight games heading into this weekend’s matchup at Clemson. While this game surprisingly won’t have implications on a national stage, it’s an important contest for both programs who are trying to come to terms with a disappointing season.

However, FSU’s schedule down the stretch looks exceptionally difficult. The Seminoles still have to play Clemson, North Carolina State and a pair of rivalry games vs. Miami and Florida. There’s also a road meeting with Boston College, too.

According to ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI), FSU isn’t expected to win another game this season:

  • At Clemson: 14.8 percent
  • At North Carolina State: 33.4 percent
  • Vs. Miami: 41.3 percent
  • At Boston College: 44.4 percent
  • At Florida: 12.8 percent

Florida State needs to win three of its five remaining games in order to be bowl eligible this season. 

The Seminoles will travel to face Clemson on the road this week. Kick off is at 3:30 p.m. ET.