No. 4 FSU football will host to the No. 16 Duke Blue Devils Saturday night as they come off their 41-3 beatdown against the Syracuse Orange.
It’s their third 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.
Duke defeated NC State 24-3 last week, with its backup quarterback playing for the injured Riley Leonard. The two teams haven’t met since the end of the 2020 COVID season, with FSU rolling the Blue Devils 56-35. FSU leads the all-time series 21-0.
Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as No. 4 FSU football hosts Duke.
How to watch FSU football vs. Duke:
- TV/Stream: ABC
- Broadcast Booth: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Holly Rowe
- Radio/Audio Stream: Seminoles Media
- Game time: 7:30 p.m. ET
- Live Stats: FSU Stats
- Weather: 80 degrees, 30 percent humidity, 0 percent chance of rain at kickoff, Winds 6 mph
The Noles continue to be -14.5 betting favorites, as it looks like Duke’s starting QB will likely miss the game. If he does play, he won’t be close to 100 percent, and Duke has two more important ACC games remaining, one of them next week against Louisville.
That’s a game Duke will have a higher chance of winning, so it’s likely smarter to hold him out one more week to continue healing after he was still limping on the high-ankle sprain a few days ago.
It would be a tough ask to not play for two weeks and go on the road and face a defense like FSU at less than 100 percent. There’s a good chance he makes the injury worse and not play next week against Louisville. It should be a great atmosphere in Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday night, and the Noles will have many high-profile recruits in attendance. Be sure to stay tuned to Chopchat for more coverage after the game.