TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Seminole fans across the nation will have the opportunity to follow an entire season of Florida State baseball in 2020 as 54 of 55 games will be available to watch on either streaming or linear cable.
The Seminoles will feature prominently on the recently-launched ACC Network, playing 12 games on the provider. Among those 12 games are the full three-game series against Louisville and at Wake Forest and two games against Miami.
The Noles will also appear on ESPNU (Miami) and the SEC Network (vs. Florida in Jacksonville).
FSU’s first game on the ACC Network will be the March 11 game against Illinois State. Midweek games against Jacksonville (twice) and Florida will also appear on ACCN.
All 33 home games will be available for fans to watch. Fans can also find 14 of 15 ACC road games on ACC Network Extra, while road contests at Jacksonville on February 25 and at Stetson on May 6 will be available on ESPN+.
The first Florida-Florida State game in Gainesville, on March 10, will stream on SEC Network +. The Seminoles’ two-game midweek series at UCF from March 17-18 will be streamed through UCFKnights.TV, UCF’s in-house site. The contest at Mercer on March 3 is also available for streaming through SoCon Digital Network.
If your current provider does not carry ACC Network, call and demand it today. For a full listing of providers of ACC Network visit www.GetACCN.com. To watch ACC Network Extra games, your provider MUST carry the ACC Network.
For more information on Florida State baseball, check Seminoles.com for the latest news and scheduling information, or keep up with the team on social media through Twitter (@FSUBaseball), Facebook (/FSUBaseball), and Instagram (@NoleBaseball).