Fresh off their first Top 25 ranking since 2010, the No. 25 Terps will be on ESPN for the first time in two years when they visit No. 8 Florida State on Saturday.The game -- which features two 4-0 teams -- is scheduled for a noon kickoff. ESPN had invoked a six-day option on picking a time for that game and announced the kickoff time over the weekend.ESPN also held six-day options on Clemson-Syracuse and Georgia Tech-Miami. The Tigers and Orange will be broadcast on either ABC or ESPN2 (depending on the market) at 3:30 p.m.The Yellow Jackets and Hurricanes play at 3:30 p.m. on ESPNU.Maryland's Oct. 12 home game against Virginia has been announced as a 3:30 p.m. start to be broadcast on ABC, ESPN2 or ESPNU.