No. 4 FSU football (12-0, 8-0 ACC) will play the Louisville Cardinals (10-2, 7-1 ACC) Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. ET as they come off their 24-15 win against the rival Miami Hurricanes for the second consecutive win in the series.
The Louisville Cardinals lost against the Kentucky Wildcats 38-31 in their regular-season finale. FSU will make the College Football Playoffs with a win, and Louisville would go to the Orange Bowl with a win.
Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as No. 4 FSU football hosts North Alabama:
- TV/Stream: ABC/ESPN
- Broadcast Booth: Joes Tessitore, Jesse Palmer, and Katie George.
- Radio/Audio Stream: Seminoles Media
- Game time: 8:00 p.m. ET
- Live Stats: FSU Stats
- Weather: 61 degrees, 3 percent chance of rain at kickoff, Winds 5 mph
This game got more interesting when Jordan Travis got hurt and saw his season and FSU career come to an end against North Alabama a couple of weeks ago.
FSU backup QB Tate Rodemaker got the start against the rival Florida Gators, but took a big hit in the head and is a game-time decision, although he came back into the game after the hit.
If Rodemaker can’t play, the Noles will have to go with true freshman Brock Glenn under center. Glenn ran two plays in the Florida game and has appeared in three games this season. However, he missed a good portion of the year with a hand injury.
The betting line has seen more people betting on the Cardinals since that speculation about Rodemaker has been swirling. The Noles are -1.5 betting favorites, with a 46.5 over/under total points. The over/under has dropped about three points since the line opened.
FSU football fans have been discussing if the Noles need to entertain a QB from the transfer portal once the season ends. How this story unfolds could give us that answer sooner than later.