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How to watch Florida State vs. Louisville

Everything you need to know about tuning into FSU’s sixth game of the season.

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Florida State hosts Louisville on Saturday with the chance to reach .500 for the first time all season. Sitting at 2-3, the Seminoles face a 4-3 Louisville team that is fresh off a home loss to Boston College.

Despite the three losses, Louisville has one of the most talented players in all of college football in reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. In last season’s meeting, Jackson ran for over 100 yards, threw for more than 200 yards and had five total touchdowns.

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Odds: Florida State is a six point favorite. The over/under is at 59 points.

James Blackman has yet to throw for more than two touchdowns in a game this season and the Louisville defense is the perfect opponent to accomplish that feat against. FSU RB Cam Akers has rushed for 236 yards over his past two games and scored his first touchdown last Saturday at Duke.

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