FSU football: Orange Bowl betting info, weather, and streaming options

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No. 5 FSU football (13-0, 8-0 ACC) will play the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs (12-1, 8-1 SEC) Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET as they come off their 16-6 win against the Louisville Cardinals in the ACC Championship game. The Georgia Bulldogs lost to the Alabama Crimson Tide 27-24 in the SEC Championship game. Their loss cost them a shot at winning their third straight national title and allowed the College Football Playoff Committee to try and justify leaving an undefeated FSU team out of the College Football Playoffs. 

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as No. 5 FSU football takes on No. 6 Georgia:

  • TV/Stream: ESPN
  • Broadcast Booth: Joe Tessitore, Jesse Palmer, and Katie George.
  • Radio/Audio Stream: Seminoles Media
  • Game time: 4:00 p.m. ET
  • Live Stats: FSU Stats
  • Weather:  70 degrees, 0 percent chance of rain at kickoff, Winds WNW 8 mph 

FSU is a +20 betting underdog with the over/under points total at 44.5. Those odds imply a 34-10 Georgia win.


Bowl games can be weird with so many players opting out and having over three weeks without playing a game. How motivated with the teams be since they both likely deserved to be among the final four teams in the College Fooball Playoff. FSU was an undefeated Power 5 champion and Georgia was undefeated before losing their final game by three points.

FSU will have a lot of young players on the field, including freshman Brock Glenn making his second career start. Can the offensive line hold up long enough to give him time to process things and make good decisions? Can FSU run the ball at all? FSU's defense is still solid even though they are missing several key players. Can they force Georgia to make mistakes and keep the Noles in the game in the first half? I wrote about some things to look for and a couple of scenarios with how FSU could pull the upset. Here's to our final game in 2023!

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