Florida State Seminoles football will be taking on FCS school Jacksonville State Gamecocks in its sole non-conference game of the season — and it won’t be a noon matchup.
After receiving a cancellation from original non-conference opponent Samford, there was much speculation regarding what team the Seminoles would be playing outside of the Atlantic Coast Conference — and the answer came in the form of Jacksonville State, who FSU already had a game scheduled with in 2021.
It was announced on Monday that the game will be played at 4 p.m., and will be broadcast on regional ACC affiliates, as well as on ESPN3 (subject to blackouts).
Next week's home game vs. Jacksonville St. is set for 4:00 pm on Regional Sports Networks. pic.twitter.com/sbR8PKy8Xb— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) September 21, 2020
Florida State has played Jacksonville State previously — most notably in 2009, when JSU and Ryan Perilloux, a former five-star LSU quarterback, nearly beat Florida State in Bobby Bowden’s final year, with a harrowingly close final score of 19-9.
Florida State vs. Jacksonville State: How to Watch
Here’s a full list of locations and channels
AT&T Sportsnet Las Vegas Website
AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh Website
AT&T Sportsnet Rocky Mtn Website
FOX Sports Arizona (FS Arizona) Website
FOX Sports Detroit Website
FOX Sports Midwest Plus (FS Midwest+) Website
FOX Sports North Plus (FS North+) Website
FOX Sports South (FS South) Website
FOX Sports Southwest (FS Southwest) Website
FOX Sports Sun Website
FOX Sports West (FS West) Website
FOX Sports Wisconsin Plus (FS Wisconsin+) Website
Marquee Sports Network (Marquee) Website
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) Website
New England Sports Network (NESN) Website
ROOT Sports Northwest Website
SportsTime Ohio Website
YES Network (YES) Website