Florida State fans can re-live plenty of good memories on Thursday.
FSU athletics will take over the ACC Network for all 24 hours, beginning at midnight with 11 games or events from football, basketball, soccer, softball and track and field. The “Bowden Dynasty” documentary will also air on Thursday morning.
Championship games are a focus of the programming beginning on Thursday at 1 p.m. as fans can watch the FSU softball team’s 2018 national title followed by the soccer team’s title games in 2014 and ’18. At night, fans can watch the 2000 Sugar Bowl followed by the 2013 BCS title game.
Here’s the complete FSU takeover programming for Thursday:
12 am-2 am: 2020 ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship
2 am-4 am: 2020 Women’s Basketball – Florida State vs. Louisville
4 am-5:30 am: 2019 Men’s Basketball – Florida State vs. Florida
5:30 am-7 am: 2019 Men’s Basketball – Florida State vs. Virginia
7 am-8:30 am: 2012 Men’s Basketball – Florida State vs. North Carolina
8:30 am-9 am: ACC Traditions: Florida State
9 am-11 am: The Bowden Dynasty
11 am-1 pm: 1999 College Football Florida State vs. Clemson (Upon Further Review Version)
1 pm-3 pm: 2018 NCAA Women’s College World Series – Washington vs. Florida State
3 pm-5 pm: 2014 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship – Virginia vs. Florida State
5 pm-7 pm: 2018 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship– Florida State vs. North Carolina
7 pm-9 pm: 2000 Sugar Bowl – Florida State vs. Virginia Tech
9 pm-12 am: 2014 BCS College Football National Championship – Florida State vs. Auburn
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