At long last, college football is nearly back. Here’s how to watch Florida State Seminoles football throughout the 2022 season.
Fire up the War Cry! Football is almost back – which means we finally have our Saturday rituals back. Here’s how to watch Florida State football in 2022.
Florida State Seminoles 2022 Outlook
Head coach Mike Norvell inherited a well-documented mess when he took over. In the time since he’s 8-13. But don’t get it twisted – he’s turning FSU around and has the full support of the Seminoles brass behind him.
Just look at the offseason hires, beefing up recruiting and analytics departments back in March.
On the field, FSU will be led by quarterback Jordan Travis. The Seminoles went 5-3 down the stretch last year and Travis finished with 1,539 passing yards and 15 touchdowns, along with 530 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground.
The Noles will need improved offensive line play this season in order to avoid their repeated self-inflicted wounds from 2021 – but FSU did add a Wisconsin lineman (Kayden Lyles) in the transfer portal. One assumes he makes an immediate impact up front.
In 2020 the Noles were a lowly 3-6. But this season, it isn’t unrealistic to expect a bowl berth for Norvell and FSU.
Florida State Football Schedule 2022
Currently, just four games are locked into a time slot and network. Florida State opens the year on Saturday, August 27 against Duquesne at 5PM ET on the ACC Network. The following week (Sept. 4) FSU clashes with LSU in New Orleans on ABC at 7:30PM ET. After a bye week FSU meets Louisville at 7:30PM ET on ESPN. Finally, the Noles end the season against Florida on Friday, Nov. 25 at 7:30PM on ABC.
The Noles schedule is punctuated with huge matchups against LSU, NC State, Clemson and Florida. The NC State and Clemson games come in back-to-back weeks, which will make things particularly grueling. Luckily, three of their final five games are at Doak Campbell Stadium.
How to watch Florida State football in 2022
The best way to watch Florida State football is with fuboTV. The Tallahassee area will get access to all of their local stations (NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX), which will obviously cover a good number of games.
Plus, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPNU. In certain markets, you can even get the ACC Network. Not that the ACC Network will carry many games, but you’ll likely get the chance to see smaller matchups (like Duquesne in week zero).
fuboTV’s Pro plan includes 128 channels (including all those listed above), a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and unlimited screens on your home Wi-Fi network. You can get a one-week free trial today and after that it’s $69.99 per month.
You can cancel your plan anytime, so if you just want to roll with them from August until January, feel free.
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