Florida State is considering leaving the ACC to avoid future snubs from the college football playoffs, according to ESPN. Injuries to key players and the team’s strength of schedule led to Florida State not being included in the playoffs, prompting discussions about the team’s future in the ACC. The situation is expected to be resolved soon, but there are limited options for where Florida State could go. Conference re-alignment and media rights deals make it costly and challenging to leave the ACC. Additionally, there may be a 12-team playoff in 2024, making it likely that Florida State will be chosen in future playoffs. Therefore, there may be no need for Florida State to leave the ACC as it continues to perform well in other sports.