Special Events:
FCS Polls
All-America Teams
More FCS
FCS Extras
More Football

The Citadel to visit Florida State

Charleston, SC (SportsNetwork.com) - The Citadel will play BCS national champion Florida State and six home games as part of head coach Mike Houston's first season this year.

The Southern Conference school announced a 12-game schedule on Monday, including the Sept. 6 visit to Tallahassee, Fla., to take on 2013 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston and his Florida State teammates.

The Citadel's home schedule at Johnson Hagood Stadium will include non- conference opponents Coastal Carolina (Aug. 30) and Gardner-Webb (Sept. 27) from the Big South and independent program Charlotte (Oct. 11).

Within their SoCon schedule, the Bulldogs will host all three 2013 tri- champions, Chattanooga (Oct. 18), Furman (Nov. 8, Homecoming) and Samford (Nov. 15).

The Bulldogs are coming off a 5-7 season, including 4-4 in the SoCon. Houston was hired on Jan. 9.

2014 The Citadel Football Schedule

Aug. 30, Coastal Carolina

Sept. 6, at Florida State

Sept. 20, at Charleston Southern

Sept. 27, Gardner-Webb

Oct. 4, at Wofford*

Oct. 11, Charlotte

Oct. 18, Chattanooga*

Oct. 25, at Western Carolina*

Nov. 1, at Mercer*

Nov. 8, Furman* (Homecoming)

Nov. 15, Samford*

Nov. 22, at VMI*

* - Southern Conference game

02/03 16:57:55 ET

Walter Payton Award
Year Winner Votes Finalists Misc
2013 Jimmy Garoppolo Votes 2013 History
2012 Taylor Heinicke Votes 2012 Past
2011 Bo Levi Mitchell Votes 2011 Winners
Buck Buchanan Award
Year Winner Votes Finalists Misc
2013 Brad Daly Votes 2013 History
2012 Caleb Schreibeis Votes 2012 Past
2011 Matt Evans Votes 2011 Winners
Eddie Robinson Award
Year Winner Votes Finalists Misc
2013 Craig Bohl Votes 2013 History
2012 Craig Bohl Votes 2012 Past
2011 Rob Ambrose Votes 2011 Winners
Jerry Rice Award
Year Winner Votes Finalists Misc
2013 Cooper Kupp Votes 2013 History
2012 John Robertson Votes 2012 Past
2011 Terrance West Votes 2011 Winners
Breaking The Line
by Samuel G. Freedman
Samuel G. Freedman's "Breaking The Line" vividly recreates the world of black college football in the civil rights era with a gripping chronicle of the 1967 season for coach Eddie Robinson at Grambling State and Alonzo S. "Jake" Gaither at Florida A&M.