Florida State vs UL Monroe Football Free Live Stream: Watch FSU Online Without Cable

It was a rough start to the 2019 college football season for the Florida State Seminoles as they dropped their opener — at home, no less. Now they face the UL Monroe Warhawks who are looking to improve to 2-0.

Saturday’s FSU and UL Monroe game has the odd kickoff time of 5 pm ET / 2 pm PT. This game is on the ACC Network channel on TV which requires a cable or satellite subscription in most but not all cases.


Watch FSU vs UL Monroe online free without cable with one of these live stream services.

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The easiest way to watch the UL Monroe and FSU football game online free is by taking advantage of a Sling TV free 7-day trial. The Sling Orange bundle includes ACC Network as well as other ESPN-branded channels.

Satellite and cable subscribers can head over to the Watch ESPN¬†website or mobile app and use their provider login credentials to access the ESPN News live stream for tonight’s season opener game on any mobile device or computer.

Florida State vs UL Monroe Game Preview

After missing out in a Bowl game for the first time in 36 years last season, the Seminoles came out in 2019 and lost at home to start their season.

Now FSU hits the road against UL Monroe, a team they are favored to beat by 23 points. After the mishap at home are the Seminoles a prime candidate to take a big upset defeat?

UL Monroe won their opener 31-9 over Grambling. They did so with over 500 yards of total offense. Considering FSU gave up over 600 yards of total offense last week, the Warhawks should be confident that they can move the ball down the field.

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