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How to watch UL-Monroe vs. FSU

A chance to vent their frustration.

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So after last week’s game against Boise State was moved to noon in Tallahassee and FSU had a first half for the ages, everything fell apart. College football is a fickle and unforgiving thing, but it does offer second chances. Will FSU vent their pent-up frustration on the Warhawks, or will FSU let Boise State beat them twice?

Also, the Seminoles will debut today on the ACC Network. As of writing this, neither Comcast nor AT&T Uverse have signed deals with the network, so if you want to watch your ’Noles you’ll need to find an alternative. Dish Network and DIRECTV have both recently agreed to carry it, but pay careful attention to the streaming services below.

Last but not least, the heat will be no joke. It’s gonna be a hot one, so if you’re going to the game please take extra precautions and don’t forget to hydrate (stares directly into the camera).

Here’s everything you need to tune in today and find out:

Time, TV channel, streaming info

  • Time: 5:00 PM ET
  • Location: Tallahassee, Florida, Doak Campbell Stadium (79,560)
  • TV: ACC Network PBP: Chris Cotter Analyst: Mark Herzlich Sidelines: N/A
  • Streaming: Hulu Live, Youtube TV, Playstation Vue, Sling
  • Listen: Local Tallahassee 103.1 FM PBP: Gene Deckerhoff Analyst: William Floyd Sidelines: Tom Block, click here for a full list of affiliates
  • Satellite Radio: SXM 193 (Streaming 955)
  • Weather: 97 degrees, sunny, with a heat index of at least 102 degrees. Humidity at 37%. Chance of rain, 0 percent, winds NW at about 6 mph.


Since Georgia Tech vs USF is not done on the ACCNetwork, the game will begin on ESPNEWS —