What: No. 1 Florida State at NC State.

When: Sept. 27 at 3:30 p.m. in Carter-Finley Stadium.

Radio-TV: The game will be broadcast live on ABC/ESPN2. Sean McDonough will handle the play by play, Chris Spielman will serve as the color analyst and Todd McShay will be on the sidelines. Wolfpack Capital Sports (101.5 FM) and its various radio affiliates throughout the state will carry the contest.

Coaches: NC State: Dave Doeren (7-9 at NC State, 2nd year, and 30-13 overall, 4th year). Florida State: Jimbo Fisher (48-10 at Florida State and overall, 5th year).

History: Florida State leads 23-11. FSU won 49-17 last year in Tallahassee, Fla., but NC State has won two in a row against the Noles in Raleigh. FSU has a 9-7 all-time mark at Carter-Finley.

Florida State Notes: FSU’s current school-record 19-game winning streak dates back to a 21-15 win over Georgia Tech in the 2012 ACC Championship Game and is a record for longest in league history … The Seminoles’ current 16-game winning streak in league play is the longest since they won 24 straight from 1998-2001, a streak that began after a loss at NCSU and ended with a home loss to the Wolfpack … FSU has won eight games in a row on the road … The Noles have been ranked in the top five of the Associated Press poll for 16 consecutive weeks … Senior wide receiver Rashad Greene ranks third on Florida State’s all-time list with 195 career catches and fifth with 24 touchdown receptions … FSU has a 16-6 all-time record in ACC road openers … Last year, Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston averaged 322.9 yards passing per game while completing 69.9 percent of his passes in ACC games, with 27 touchdowns and only eight interceptions, despite often playing less than four full quarters.