Florida State football will make its fourth appearance of the season on the new ACC Network when the Seminoles play at Wake Forest.
From the morning show with Wes Durham and Mark Packer to midweek studio shows and documentaries, such as the “Bowden Dynasty,” the network has been a quality addition to the college football offerings for FSU fans and those around the ACC. Olympic sports like FSU soccer and volleyball have also benefited.
Those on Comcast and other smaller providers that haven’t reached a deal with Disney to carry the ACC Network are still in the dark. And with FSU’s game coming up Saturday at Wake Forest at 7:30 p.m. on the ACC Network, fans will again need to make plans so that they can watch.
Between 40 million and 50 million households have the ACC Network. But for Seminoles fans who may have missed out on prior football games against ULM and Virginia and NC State, there are options for how to catch Saturday’s game.
In Tallahassee, where Comcast is a large provider, FSU fans gather at 51 on Madison in CollegeTown. Seminole Clubs around the state have also organized watch parties, often regardless of whether FSU is at home or away. There are watch parties in Orlando, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, St. Petersburg, Pompano Beach, Pensacola, Destin, Sarasota and Bradenton. For more on the Orlando event on Church Street, click here. For more on the Jacksonville event at Graffiti Junction, click here.
A complete list of parties in Florida and around the nation can be found here. And if they aren’t listed, contact your local club or check their Facebook page.
If you want to watch from the comfort of your living room, streaming services like Hulu Live, PlaysStationVue, YouTubeTV and Sling offer free trials. Fans can also hang out with a an FSU friend who has the ACC Network.