STAMFORD, Conn. – Beginning Monday, April 27, on NBCSN, more than 50 hours of classic sports events from the past 45+ years will be presented throughout the week on NBC Sports From the Vault. The 1994 Orange Bowl Classic between Florida State and Nebraska will be one of the games featured in the series. The game that featured the Seminoles winning thier first football title will be broadcast Thursday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. EST.
FSU fans will be able to watch the game and also watch a LIVE streamed Zoom call with Derrick Brooks, Devin Bush, Forrest Connolly, William Floyd, Matt Frier, Jesus Hernandez, Kevin Knox, Kez McCorvey, Corey Sawyer and Charlie Ward. The group of legendary Seminoles will be watching the game and you can hear everything they say about the 1993 National Championship. The Zoom will be streamed on Seminoles.com and the Florida State Football Facebook page.
From Monday, April 27, through Sunday, May 3, NBCSN will present nightly primetime programming from NBC Sports’ vault of historic games, spanning four sports across nearly half a decade.
Throughout the week, former athletes will provide commentary on the classic games, including Heisman Trophy-winning Florida State quarterback and New York Knicks guard Charlie Ward.
Game presentations will include a specialized ticker featuring live tweets. Fans can tweet #NBCSNVault for the chance to see their tweets live on air.
Programming will also stream on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30 – ORANGE BOWL
Three Orange Bowls will be on display on Thursday. The 1994 Orange Bowl pitted the top two teams in the country, as Florida State and Nebraska battled until the last play of the game to determine the 1993 national champion.
NBC has aired each of the five most-watched Orange Bowls on record since 1988. 1995’s Orange Bowl is the third-most watched edition of the annual game, while the 1994 Orange Bowl is the fifth-most watched.