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How to watch, stream, or listen to FSU vs. Boston College

TALLAHASSEE — Florida State will be returning home to try to improve their season record to 4-0 when they host Boston College on Saturday September 24th. Kickoff is at 8 p.m. at Doak Campbell Stadium (79.560 in Tallahassee, Fla.).

Here’s how to stream, watch, or listen the most recent meeting between the Seminoles and Eagles (3-0, 1-0 ACC).

Television: ACC Network.

Broadcast Crew: Play-by-Play: Mike Monaco | Analyst: Tim Hasselbeck | Reporter: Kelsey Riggs

Stream: fuboTV

Below is a list of FM/AM Radio options.


Tallahassee WTNT FM 94

Ft. Walton Beach WFDM AM 1400

Jacksonville WZNZ AM 690

Lakeland WLKF AM 1430

Lake City WDSR AM 1340

Lake City WDSR FM 95.5

Live Oak WJZS FM 106

Marianna WJAQ FM 100.9

Melbourne WIXC AM 1060

Miami/West Palm Beach WFTL AM 850

Orlando WDYZ AM 660

Panama City WFLF FM 94.5

Pensacola WNRP FM 92.3.

Pensacola WNRP AM 1620

Port St. Lucie WPSL AM 1590

Tampa WHFS FM 92.1

Tampa WHFS AM 1010

Bainbridge, Ga. WBGEFM 101.9

Brunswick, Ga. WSFN AM 790

Waycross, Ga. WFNSAM 1350

Analyst: William Floyd

Stream Radio: Live Audio via leanplayer

XM Radio:FSU Radio Broadcast 134/955 App

Weekend Festivities


10:00 a.m. Lots open

3:00 p.m. Swim and Dive Garnet for Men and Women

? Admission is free

? Morcom Aquatics Centre is located at 2560 Pottsdamer Street

3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

? Stage setup near Legacy Walk

? A 30-minute show hosted and hosted by Kelsey Riggs, former FSU quarterback EJ Manual

4:00 p.m. ACCPM – ACC Network TV Showtaping

? Stage setup near Legacy Walk

? 2-hour program hosted by Tre Boston, Mark Packer, and Taylor Tannebaum (FSU alum)

Friday Night Block Party at Gameday Vodka, 5:00 p.m.

? Performance by Brian Kelley (from Florida Georgia Line), in CollegeTown

? Admission is free

5:00 PM Dinner at Dunlap Champions Club for members only

6:30 p.m. Volleyball vs. Notre Dame

? Admission is free

? You could win a Family Weekend Raffle Prize

7:30 p.m. Lighting of the Unconquered Statue

? Langford Green has a pre-game tradition


11:00 a.m. ACCHuddle – ACC Network TV Program Taping

? Stage setup near Legacy Walk

? 1-hour program hosted by Jordan Cornette, Eric Mac Lain and former FSU coach Mark Richt.

12:00 p.m. Parking lots are open

3:00 p.m. ACCHuddle – ACC Network Television Show Taping

? Stage setup near Legacy Walk

? 30-minute program hosted by Jordan Cornette, Eric Mac Lain and former FSU coach Mark Richt.

4:00 p.m. Coca-Cola Tailgate Zone opens

? Buy tickets HERE

4:00 p.m. Box office at Dick Howser Stadium is open (will call location).

4:00 p.m. Ford Fan Fest opens at Langford Green

? The Seminole Sports Network will broadcast live at Ford Fan Fest starting at 5:30 p.m., with the Voice of the Seminoles: Jeff Culhane and William “Bar None”) Floyd, as well as Tom Block.

? 5:30 – 6:00 Baseball

? Pick-up your FSU Kids Club and Kids Zone membership packs

? You can find more information and a map of Ford Fan Fest HERE

5:30 p.m. Legacy Walk

? Fans can meet along the route between Heritage Fountain and Gate K

? After the walk, go to the Marching Chiefs Practice Field and attend the Skull Session

6:00 p.m. Dunlap Champions Club, and other premium areas are open

6:30 p.m. Doak Camp Stadium gates open

6:30 p.m. ACCHuddle – ACC Network Television Show Taping

? Stage setup near Legacy Walk

? A half hour show hosted by Jordan Cornette, Eric Mac Lain and former FSU coach Mark Richt.

8:00 p.m. Kickoff vs. Boston College, (ACC Network).

11:00 p.m. ACCHuddle – ACC Network Television Show Taping

? Postgame show from field

? Tune in to ACC Network


Brunch at Dunlap Champions Club, 10:00 a.m. (members only).

1:00 p.m. Soccer vs. Clemson

? Admission is free

? FSU Credit Union presents a Koozie Giveaway

? Post game autographs

? FSU Kids Club Game

3:00 p.m. Volleyball against Louisville

? Admission is free

? Mini poster exclusive to Freshman Team, while stocks last

Tony Tokarz, Florida State’s quarterbacks coach, is visiting Jacksonville, Fla. to watch the game between Savannah (Ga.), Benedictine Military School and Jacksonville (Fla.). FSU’s three-star 2024 quarterback commitment Luke Kromenhoek is based at Benedictine.

Kromenhoek has been a committed FSU student since March. He was offered by the Seminoles in the summer 2021. His profile has grown nationally, with Florida, Ole Miss and Penn State offering him.

He last visited FSU in July, when he camped alongside the Seminoles.

247Sports.com ranks the 6-foot-4, 185-pound signal caller as the No. 39 quarterbacks in the 2024 class.

High-upside quarterback prospect. He doesn’t have many live game reps, but he has plenty to work with, including a live arm. While playing wide receiver and safety for Georgia’s AAAA champions, he also supported and learned from Auburn signee Holden Geriner. A lean, athletic frame of around 6-foot-4 makes him look the part. Even though he has only started a few games on Friday nights, he is a fluid mover who looks natural in the pocket. He can generate lots of velocity and drive down the field with a quicker release. 

He is both creative and accurate on the run. This is encouraging because he can escape pressure while keeping plays alive. As a runner, he seems to be comfortable with a spread attack that uses a single back. Although he doesn’t have much experience in in-game management or situational football, he has impressed many evaluators with his footwork, mechanics and attitude in camp settings. He should be considered someone who could win Saturday games given the opportunity. As a signal-caller, he will have the opportunity to continue rising in the ranks.

FORT LAUREL, Fla. — Hykeem William knew that he had chosen Florida State for a few months since his late July visit in Tallahassee. The staff was informed about his decision around a month ago. He stated this shortly after making his pledge public Friday afternoon.

Five-star Stranahan High receiver explains why he chose the ‘Noles. He also explains the moment he realized he would be committing to FSU. The video includes players he hopes to recruit to FSU.

Florida State received a commitment Friday from Fort Lauderdale (Fla.), Stranahan five star wide receiver Hykeem William. Williams was assisted by former Seminole wide receivers Peter Warrick, and SnoopMinnis. Williams shared his reasons for choosing FSU after he announced his commitment in his high school gymnasium and on CBS Sports HQ. The video clip from Williams’ commitment ceremony shows that.

Williams also spoke to Brendan Sonnone, Noles247.com, just before he made his commitment public. He shared the following comments with Sonnone:

What is the answer? : “Florida State. It’s about trusting the process. Coach Dugans is my coach. He’s a great athlete and I have seen him on the field. He has done what coaches tell him to do.

What did the season’s start have to do with your decision? “The winning really impresses, but it’s just how they work.”

What did Coach Dugans respond to your message? : “He was happy and thanked you for believing in him.”

Hykeem Williams, a ‘Nole’, is an ecstatic boy at On The Bench.

Here are some insights into the recruitment process of five-star receivers. Also, how the Seminoles got him and what his skill-set is. There was also some celebration after a significant win on the recruiting trail.

A heads-up: Some of the language can be…colorful. If you are at work, it is best to listen with headphones.

Scouting Take: What Florida State gets from 247Sports Composite 5-star W Hykeem Williams

Florida State has a huge piece of the 2023 recruiting puzzle. Friday’s announcement by Hykeem Williams, a Fort Lauderdale (Fla.), Stranahan receiver and top 30 prospect in the Top247 and 247Sports Composite five star — was live on the 247Sports YouTube Channel. Williams, one of the country’s top five wideouts, propels FSU to the top 15 on the 247Sports Composite Team Recruitment Rankings.

Williams, at 6’3 and 200 lbs, is a physical prowess combined with extraordinary functional athleticism that creates matchup nightmares in opposition defenders who are often too small or not strong enough to keep up. Williams has a strong multisport resume that includes basketball. His athleticism on the hardwood translate to the gridiron as a playmaker who can win balls.

Williams’ success in “go-get it” opportunities is a reflection of his basketball-fueled athleticism. Williams’ junior basketball season saw him average 12.2 points per game and 10.2 rebounds, following his strong Fall 2021 senior football campaign. He had 40 receptions for 750 yards and 11 touchdowns in that season, an average of 18.8 yards per reception.

Williams’ combination of Williams’ physical characteristics, athletic profile and on-field context gives him a high developmental ceiling. More information about FSU’s 2023 weapon is available from Chris Singletary, Andrew Ivins and Andrew Ivins (247Sports national experts).

Chris Singletary (247Sports National Analyst): “Williams is a great athlete and has great ability on the field. He will realize more of the potential he has as he grows within the position. Many schools are interested in his size and potential for growth. I love his catch radius and the physicality he displays after the catch. His talent and skills will allow him to be an NFL player.

He knows how to win at the line-of-scrimmage by using little jabs of his feet, before going vertical. As a route runner, he uses a lot of speed and shakes off defensive backs by sinking his hips as well as exploding in and outside of his breaks. He is a double-double machine on hardwood and tracks the ball well once it’s up.

Although top-end speed is not well documented, it has been questioned by the scouting community. However, one advanced metric shows that he holds the record for the fastest verified maximum speed mark in the class of 2023. He has shown significant improvement as a blocker from his freshman year and should be able to hold his own on Saturdays at the perimeter.

He will need to learn his craft and begin coaching when he arrives at college. However, he has the potential to be an impact player at the Power Five with his agility. He is likely to become a large outside receiver in a pro style attack. However, he could also patrol the slot and possibly even be used as an “F” tightend or h-back depending on his growth over the next few seasons. Day 1 and Day 2 of the NFL Draft Potential. Andrew Ivins is a 247Sports national analyst in the Southeast.

The New York Knicks signed M.J. Walker, a former Florida State guard, to a contract Wednesday evening.

The terms of the deal are not public.

Walker, 6-5 and 213-pounds appeared in 39 games (21 starts) last season for the Westchester Knicks in the NBA G League. In 28.7 minutes, Walker averaged 10.6 point, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.4 assists. He also played in three games in July for the Knicks Summer League entry, scoring two points and one rebound in Las Vegas, NV.

Jonesboro, GA native, played four seasons at Florida State University 2017-21, recording nine points and two rebounds, as well as 1.6 assists in 24.3 minutes over 120 games (82 starts). After scoring 12.2 points and assisting 2.5 rebounds in 29.0 minutes, he was selected to the 2020-21 All-ACC second team.

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