How Florida State vs. Boston College to watch: TV channel, NCAA Football livestream info, tee time


Who’s playing

Boston College @ Florida State

Current records: Boston College 1-2; Florida is 3-0

What to know

The Boston College Eagles have been up 1-4 against the Florida State Seminoles since November 2016, but they will have a chance to close the gap a bit on Saturday. The Eagles and FSU will face off in an ACC fight at 8 p.m. ET at Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium. These two teams are trying to continue their momentum from their previous wins.

BC won their game against the Maine Black Bears last week with a convincing score of 38-17. Among those leading the charge for BC was RB Pat Garwo III, who landed two hasty touchdowns.

Meanwhile, FSU didn’t have much breathing room in their game with the Louisville Cardinals last Friday, but they came away with a 35-31 win. WR Johnny Wilson was the offensive star of the matchup for FSU, catching seven passes for two TDs and 149 yards.

The Eagles need to know that they will have an uphill battle given the 17.5-point spread they’re running into. Currently 0-2 against the spread, they have not been a good investment; on the other hand, the Seminoles are 2-0 ATS.

The wins put BC at 1-2 and FSU at 3-0. Two defensive stats to keep in mind while watching: BC goes into the game with eight sacks, ranking 29th best in the nation. As for FSU, they come into play with the 25th fewest passing yards allowed per game in the nation at 174.3.

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How to watch

  • When: Saturday at 8pm ET
  • Where: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium — Tallahassee, Florida
  • TV: ACC network
  • Streaming Online: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App


The Seminoles are a big favorite with 17.5 points against the Eagles, according to the latest college football opportunities.

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