At least Florida State has been in a couple of close games.That might be about the only thing the Seminoles can build on when they take on Wake Forest on Saturday in Atlantic Coast Conference play.Wake Forest (2-0) hasn’t been tested much in a pair of lopsided home results against teams that didn’t even play during the 2020 season.”The challenge of the season is to be able to take a big step forward against Florida State,” Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson said. “We are where we need to be. When the schedule comes out, you look at it and say ‘Hey, we have to get those first two.’ We did that and from now on it’s going to be a heavyweight fight every single week.”So the stakes rise when the teams open ACC play in Winston-Salem, N.C.Florida State (0-2) has lost on the last play of each of its two games. Notre Dame’s field goal in overtime ended the opener, while Jacksonville State’s stunning touchdown as time expired sunk theSeminoles again.Coming off that 20-17 setback, now they head off for their first road game.”This team has talent. They have heart,” second-year Florida State coach Mike Norvell said. “They truly believe in what we can accomplish, but we have to go execute.”Florida State is 0-2 for the second year in a row. Amid apologies to the fan base, Norvell has tried to emphasize the need to move forward.”Correct the things that have to be corrected to play to the level we’re capable of playing,” he said.The Seminoles might have a better grip on how they’ll react in pressure situations than is the case with Wake Forest.