The Florida State Seminoles football team represents our beloved FSU in the sport of good old fashioned American football. The Florida State Seminoles compete in the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference too. The team is known for its vivid and quite storied history, their distinctive and famous helmet, fight song and colors as well as the many traditions associated with the school that make their fan-base totally unique and special.
Florida State has won three national championships so far, giving them instant fame. They’ve also won eighteen conference titles and six division titles along with a playoff appearance too. The Seminoles have achieved no less than three undefeated seasons and finished ranked in the top four of the AP Poll for 14 straight years from 1987 through 2000. ESPN ranks the 1999 team among the top teams in college football history.
Use the Florida State University Football Website to Find the Channel They’re Streaming On
The best place to start when looking for all things Seminoles is their main website. The official website does not have streaming options right on their website (sorry, we checked), but it does have everything else you could possibly want. Game highlights? Check. Clips of the games? Check. Interviews of the players plus picks, and trades? Check. Tickets for the games? Check. Fan merchandise, stats, scores, recaps, projections, percentages, blogs, and commentary? Check. Check. Check. Check. CHECK! Once you know they channel they’re on check out our guide to streaming that channel. Sling TV has most of them (see below).
Sling TV Brings You Live Florida State University Games Online
Want a site that’s partial to college football? If you’re a sports fan, you cannot go wrong with Sling TV any day of the week, any week of the year. Sling TV is a great alternative to cable TV and they offer all kinds of sports teams on the stream like college football on the go via channels like SEC Network, Pac 12 Network, ESPN U and Fox Sports just to name a few. Plus Sling TV is super cheap! And did we mention they offer seven days of unlimited streaming for free? Because they do!
CBS All Access Streams College Football (including FSU)
Another great way to stream college football is with CBS All Access. This is a great option and has been for some time. They’re limited in their streaming inventory but almost every CBS show is on there, so be sure you check out what they have before you sign up for it. Sign up here for a free trial now.
Avoid Illegal Streaming Sites for Florida State U Football Games (they’re not “Free”!)
Ever hear the saying, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch”? That’s the truth, and for that reason, it’s best to stay away from illegal sites that offer “free” content. If the site is not registered or at all official, then it is illegal and pirated. You don’t want viruses on your computer or legal fees in your record so it’s best to stay away from these sites.