While corner seats at many football stadiums offer quality views and a decent gameday experience, the corner sections at Doak Campbell Stadium are mostly forgettable. Most of these sections offer poor access to the concourse tunnels (you'll be walking a lot of steps), bad angles towards midfield and can be blinded by the sun.
Along the sidelines, tunnels are predictably placed near rows 10 and 50. This makes it fairly easy to choose seats with a short walk to the concourse. But in some corner sections, there is no upper tunnel, which may result in having to walk extra stairs or hopping over people into the next section.
If you don't mind the extra steps, you'll still have to deal with sitelines that aren't set towards the 50 yardline. This makes it all the more critical that you choose a higher number row so you'll have a wide view of the field.
Finally, these corner sections are wholly exposed to the sun and the rest of the elements. You won't want to forget your hat or shades.
Obviously, the main draw of corner seating is the low ticket prices. In some instances, you can find very good bang for your buck. If these tickets match your budget, aim for seats in Sections 27 and 28 near Row 50. You'll be on the Florida State sideline, the sun will set behind you in the late afternoon, and you'll be close to the primary endzone walkway.