No. 4 FSU football will host to the Syracuse Orange Saturday afternoon as they come off their 39-17 beatdown against Virginia Tech.
It’s their second consecutive sell-out, which is great for the local Tallahassee economy and recruits in attendance.
FSU is in the driver’s seat in the ACC, and will likely be the betting favorite in the remainder of its games.
Syracuse has lost back-to-back games over the last two weeks to Clemson and North Carolina. The Noles rolled the Orange 38-3 last season and FSU leads the all time series 13-2. The Orange won the first ever matchup between the teams in 1966, and in Willie Taggart’s first season in 2018.
Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as No. 4 FSU football hosts Syracuse.
How to watch FSU football vs. Syracuse:
- TV/Stream: ABC
- Broadcast Booth: Bob Wischusen, Robert Griffin III, and Kris Budden
- Radio/Audio Stream: Seminoles Media
- Game time: 12:00 p.m. ET
- Live Stats: FSU Stats
- Weather: 80 degrees, 67 percent humidity, 0 percent chance of rain at kickoff, Winds 7 mph
This game features the Noles as –17.5 point betting favorites, with an over/under points total of 56.5. That total implies a 37-19 FSU win.
I know some folks are tired of FSU facing mobile quarterbacks, but that seems to be the trend nowadays. The good news is, FSU has contained all of the mobile quarterbacks they’ve faced for the most part, aside from the Boston College game when half the team had the flu.
This game will be much of the same, as Syracuse has limited weapons outside and doesn’t have much of a traditional running game. The FSU defense has been stingy lately, only allowing 17 points over the last six quarters.
If the FSU offense shows up for the majority of the game? It should be another comfortable win for the Noles in front of a sellout home crowd in Doak Campbell Stadium.