Florida State football and Alabama are less than two months away from squaring off in a marquee season-opening game.
On Wednesday, Alabama coach Nick Saban said the Seminoles remind him of a conference foe — a natural statement since the Seminoles are loaded with talent and expected to be one of the top teams this season.
Saban: "Florida State is built like an SEC team. I think it was Jimbo's experience in this league why he's built his team the way he has."
— Alex Byington (@abyingtonTD) July 12, 2017
Florida State and Alabama open the season on Sept. 2 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, a game that was announced as a sellout last week.