Florida State continues to move up in ESPN’s power rankings.

The Noles are No. 19 in the updated rankings, which were released on Sunday morning. Florida State moved up 4 spots thanks to their dominant win over Boston College this weekend.

Quarterback Jordan Travis set a career-high in passing yards in the win. Florida State also scored a special teams touchdown and completely shut down BC’s offense in the first half.

Here’s some analysis from ESPN’s Alex Scarborough:

It felt like a potential slipup game, coming home after thrilling road wins at LSU and Louisville. Hosting 1-2 Boston College, with some questions about the health of FSU quarterback Jordan Travis lingering in the background, maybe the Seminoles would look ahead to next week’s Wake Forest game and struggle. But it didn’t happen. In a sign of maturity, FSU jumped out to a 31-0 lead in the first half and cruised to a win.

Florida State is also ranked in the AP Top 25 this week for the first time since 2018. This is FSU’s third straight week to appear in the top 25 of ESPN’s power rankings.

FSU is about to enter the most difficult portion of its schedule. The Noles are set to face Wake Forest, NC State and Clemson over the next 3 weeks.

Kickoff vs. the Demon Deacons on Saturday is at 3:30 p.m. ET.