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File:FSU Seminoles.svg
The logo of the Florida State Seminoles

The Florida State Seminoles football teams (1947 to 1975) represented Florida State University in the college football seasons of 1947 through 1975. The teams played their home games at Centennial Field from 1947 to 1949, and afterward at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. There were seven different coaches during this time, starting with Ed Williamson and ending with Darrell Mudra. The next year, 1976, Bobby Bowden became head coach.

Note: All rankings are AP rankings as of the day of the game.


Florida State Seminoles football, 1947–75 sections
Intro   1947    1948    1949    1950    1951    1952    1953    1954    1955    1956    1957    1958    1959    1960    1961    1962    1963    1964    1965    1966    1967    1968    1969    1970    1971    1972    1973    1974    1975   References  

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File:FSU Seminoles.svg
The logo of the Florida State Seminoles

The Florida State Seminoles football teams (1947 to 1975) represented Florida State University in the college football seasons of 1947 through 1975. The teams played their home games at Centennial Field from 1947 to 1949, and afterward at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. There were seven different coaches during this time, starting with Ed Williamson and ending with Darrell Mudra. The next year, 1976, Bobby Bowden became head coach.

Note: All rankings are AP rankings as of the day of the game.


Florida State Seminoles football, 1947–75 sections
Intro   1947    1948    1949    1950    1951    1952    1953    1954    1955    1956    1957    1958    1959    1960    1961    1962    1963    1964    1965    1966    1967    1968    1969    1970    1971    1972    1973    1974    1975   References  

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