Tallahassee, the capitol city of Florida, is home to the FSU Seminoles, arguably the best team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Their coach, Jimbo Fischer, had big shoes to fill replacing the legendary Bobby Bowden, but he proved his merit when he led the FSU Seminoles to victory in the 2013 National Championship.
Many of his players have been drafted in the NFL, including 2013 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston. Their games against the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes are considered among the greatest rivalries in college football. And yet despite such stiff competition on their schedule, the FSU Seminoles are ranked in the top ten for bowl wins and overall win percentage. If you can’t buy a ticket to watch them play in Doak Campbell Stadium, the largest stadium in the ACC, then watching them play on your screen is the next best thing.
Thankfully, you don’t need cable or satellite television to watch them play. Thanks to the Internet, there are a number of ways to watch live football online, whether for free or at a substantially cheaper rate than paying for cable or satellite television service.
There are a number of sites on the Internet that will allow you to watch the FSU Seminoles for free. The most common site is WatchESPN.com.
Another popular free site that allows you to watch the FSU Seminoles for free is www.stream2watch.com.
Another good website to stream college football for free is liveball.tv. It is as simple as visiting the website and clicking on the FSU Seminoles stream. But if all you care about is watching the FSU Seminoles, then your best bet is to go straight to the ACC Network website or www.seminoles.com.
However, be careful because some free websites can infect your computer with a virus, especially if the site asks you to download software. But don’t worry, as long as you stick to the ones mentioned above, you’ll be safe.
Usually paying to watch college football online is better because you can rest easy knowing that your stream won’t pause to buffer every five minutes or that you won’t lose your signal altogether.
I would suggest paying for a service or device especially when you have guests over to watch an important game, like the FSU Seminoles versus the Miami Hurricanes. It is a safe and relatively cheap safeguard to not ruin your party. For $9.95 a month, you can use www.collegesportslive.com to watch the FSU Seminoles, all on multiple devices.
5. Mohu Leaf
If you’re willing to drop forty bucks, the Mohu Leaf picks up uncompressed HD signals over the air, so you can watch the FSU Seminoles play on networks such as Fox, NBC, and CBS in full digital HD, all for free.
6.Roku, Amazon TV, Google Chromecast
Some more popular devices you can buy to watch the FSU Seminoles are the Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV and the Google Chromecast. From there you can download the WatchESPN app and watch the FSU Seminoles.
These devices and services are giving the cable and satellite industries a run for their money because not only are they much cheaper, but they also cater straight to sports fans who just want to watch their favorite teams play and not have to pay for the extra channels. Next time football season comes around, be sure to use any of these methods so you don’t miss a moment of FSU Seminoles football!