How to watch Louisville vs. Florida State.
After starting the season 0–3, the Cardinals are now just one game under .500. Before its bye week, Louisville defeated NC State 20–13 when its defense limited the Wolfpack to just 228 yards of total offense. The Cardinals’ defense also forced two turnovers and 10 tackles for loss in the win.
Florida State (5–0, 2–0 ACC) won its 27th consecutive conference game last Saturday, in a 29–24 victory over Miami. Running back Dalvin Cook led the offense with 222 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.The Seminoles have won their last 18 contests at Doak Campbell Stadium. The Seminoles’ defense held the Hurricanes to just 20 rushing yards, but allowed 400 in passing, which kept Miami in contention until the end of the game.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN
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Sept. 12: vs. USF (W, 34–14)
Sept. 18: at Boston College (W, 14–0)
Oct. 3: at Wake Forest (W, 24–16)
Oct. 10: vs. Miami (W, 29–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Louisville (Noon ET, ESPN)
Oct. 24: at Georgia Tech (TBD)
Oct. 31: vs.Syracuse (TBD)
Nov. 7: at Clemson (TBD)
Nov. 14: vs. NC State (TBD)
Nov 21: Chattanooga (TBD)
Nov. 28:at Florida (TBD)
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Sept. 12: vs. Houston (L, 34–31)
Sept. 17: vs. Clemson (L, 20–17)
Sept. 26: vs. Samford (W, 45–3)
Oct. 3: at NC State (W, 20–13)
Oct. 17: at Florida State (Noon ET, ESPN)
Oct. 24: vs. Boston College (12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN3/ACC Network)
Oct. 30: at Wake Forest (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
Nov. 7: vs. Syracuse (TBD)
Nov. 14: vs. Virginia (TBD)
Nov. 21: at Pittsburgh (TBD)
Nov. 28: at Kentucky (TBD)