AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. -- Florida State is weighing options for future neutral-site games, according to director of athletics Stan Wilcox.

Wilcox, speaking to several reporters at the ACC Spring Meetings in Amelia Island on Tuesday afternoon, said he and coach Willie Taggart, along with associate athletics director Jim Curry, have spoken about “potential match-ups for us that would be great draws.”

“I think it’s something that we’re going to continue to explore and consider down the road,” Wilcox said. “There’s some pretty interesting, potential match-ups for us that would be great draws. There are many sites that want to host us and want to have us. We’re listening. The right offer comes along, the right team, and we all feel comfortable with it, we’ll do it if it’s good for the program, university and our fans.”

FSU has emphasized neutral-site games in recent years -- 2014 against Oklahoma State (Dallas), 2016 against Ole Miss (Orlando), 2017 against Alabama (Atlanta) -- and currently has some already on the docket for future seasons. JaxSports, according to the Florida Times-Union, is going to announce officially FSU’s matchup 2019 with Boise State on Wednesday. The neutral-site game at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville will be scheduled for Aug. 31, 2019. The Seminoles will open the 2020 season with a contest against West Virginia at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

Taggart likes the idea of putting a marquee opponent on the schedule to bolster a resume for the College Football Playoff.

“You can’t sit back and have a lot of tune-up games,” Taggart told Noles247 earlier this spring. “You have to go out and compete and win those games if you want to put yourself in the position to be in the playoff. If I have a philosophy of that, whatever it’s going to take to get us in the playoff. Knowing that we have to win those ballgames. We’re at Florida State. We’re not going to bow down to anyone.”

Wilcox shares a similar philosophy in scheduling, but noted that there’s a balancing act in projecting what season is appropriate for scheduling a neutral-site game that would put FSU against a Power Five opponent.

“I think the hardest part sometimes is looking at your schedule and seeing who you’re playing that year, how many home games you’re going to have when looking at your other non-conference schedule,” Wilcox said. “When you’re playing Florida every year, you’re already playing another major Power Five team and when you’re doing any kind of neutral-site game, you’re looking at playing a Power Five team. It’s probably making sure that you’re not over-scheduling yourself. You still want the have opportunities to make it to the College Football Playoff.”

FSU’s season openers are already accounted for in 2019 and 2020 (Boise State at Jacksonville, West Virginia at Atlanta).