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How to watch the 2018 FSU football Garnet and Gold Spring Game

Your closest look at the ’18 Seminoles in game shape (sort of).

NCAA Football: Florida State-Willie Taggart Press Conference Glenn Beil-USA TODAY Sports

Florida State football is expecting an impressive crowd for the Seminoles’ annual Garnet and Gold Spring Game. And why wouldn’t it? There’s no shortage of excitement surrounding the coaching staff and the energy it’s imbued into the FSU program— and fans want to check it out firsthand. There’s also a home baseball series between a couple of top-15 programs, a 90s throwback concert after the football game, and a slew of former ’Nole gridders bound for Tallahassee.

It’s $10 to get into the game, but if you’re unable to attend, you can still watch the scrimmage. Kicking off at 6 pm, you can watch the game online courtesy of the ACC Network, which will broadcast the contest using Watch ESPN. Of course, be sure to have up and running as well, as we’ll be well represented on the field and in the press box to provide all of your FSU coverage.