Notre Dame vs. Florida State: Live stream, TV channel, Betting odds, for college football showdown


The classic early 1990′s rivalry will be on display in the annual Labor Day Weekend Sunday night spot that always seems to pit two brand names teams.

Notre Dame is trying to retain its status among the elite of the sport as it breaks in a new quarterback in Jack Coan. Florida State will try to use the game as a jumping-off point as it tries to return to a championship contender level.

Start time: 7:30 p.m.

How can I watch it on TV? – It will air on TV via ABC. (Channel finder: Verizon Fios | AT&T U-verse| Comcast Xfinity | Spectrum/Charter | Optimum/Altice | DIRECTV | Dish | Hulu | fuboTV | Sling.)

How to watch the game streaming WatchESPN | Sling | fuboTV– Cable subscribers can use the login credentials from the TV provider to watch via WatchESPN. If you don’t have cable, you can also watch the game with streaming services like Sling and fuboTV.

More coverage via the Associated Press

No. 9 Notre Dame (0-0) at Florida State (0-0), Sunday at 7:30 p.m. EDT (ABC).

Line: Notre Dame by 7 ½, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Series record: Florida State leads 6-4.

WHAT’S AT STAKE?

The Fighting Irish look to show they have found a transfer quarterback — Jack Coan from Wisconsin — and a cohesive offensive line that can lead the team back to the College Football Playoff in a year when Notre Dame returns to being an independent. In year two for Mike Norvell at Florida State, there are pressing questions on both sides of the ball and the Seminoles are seeking confidence in September — as well as perhaps an upset to spark the rebuild.

KEY MATCHUP

Notre Dame’s run vs. FSU’s run defense. Kyren Williams is a first-team AP All-American as an all-purpose back following a freshman season in which he ran for 1,125 yards and 13 touchdowns along with 35 receptions for 313 yards and a touchdown. Williams leads a ground attack that also features Chris Tyree (73 rushes, 496 yards, four TDs) and C’Bo Flemister (58 carries, 299 yards, five TDs). The Seminoles brought in a group of three transfer defensive ends to shore up a rush defense that was 97th against the run last fall allowing on average 199 yards per game.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Florida State: RB Jashaun Corbin ran 81 times for 401 yards and five touchdowns in 2020, but Corbin wasn’t yet confident as he was recovering from a torn hamstring suffered in Sept. 2019 while he was playing for Texas A&M. Corbin has been more physical and consistent in camp and is clearly the Seminoles’ top tailback.

Notre Dame: S Kyle Hamilton is a preseason AP All-American who has started in 24 games over two years at Notre Dame. In 2020, Hamilton led the Fighting Irish with 63 tackles, including 51 solo. He had a career-best 10 tackles in the ACC championship game loss to Clemson.

FACTS & FIGURES

Florida State QB McKenzie Milton could be making his return to the field following a gruesome 2018 leg injury at UCF. Milton threw for 8,683 yards, 72 touchdowns and 22 interceptions from 2016-18 with the Knights, and he is listed as a co-starter on Florida State’s depth chart along with Jordan Travis … Notre Dame is 33-5 (.868) in the last three seasons. Florida State is 14-20 (.411) in that span. … Coan was 12-6 in his starts with the Badgers, completing 68% of his passes (third all-time at Wisconsin). … This is Florida State’s first football game played on a Sunday.



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