Ah, spring. Baseball is back. Professional basketball has begun its six-month slog to crown a champion. The NFL is slowly beginning to wake from its slumber. And college football has begun its spring practices.
And that's what brings us together today: Florida State's annual Garnet & Gold Spring Game.
This is the glorified scrimmage that pits the FSU offense against the FSU defense. It's also one of the first chances of the year for die-hard Seminoles fans to get a good look at what the team has to work with once the season rolls around in the fall.
And you can watch the Florida State Spring Game from just about anywhere. Here's how.
How to watch the Florida State Spring Game
The Florida State Football Garnet & Gold Spring Game is scheduled for 5 p.m. Eastern on Saturday, April 18. It'll be played in Tallahassee, of course.
If you want to watch the game, you'll need the ACC Network. And if you want the ACC Network, you'll need to have a streaming service that supports it. Fortunately, the major services all do. That includes Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV (on the Orange plan), YouTube TV and AT&T TV Now.
Here's the breakdown:
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Hulu with Live TV
- The cost: $55 a month after a one week free trial
- Watch Hulu on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and browsers
- Local channels on Hulu: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and others. Find your local channels here .
- ACC Network on Hulu with Live TV? Yes.
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Hulu is the biggest live-TV streaming service in the United States, and it's a great option if you want to stream the ACC Network in the U.S.
Sling TV - Sling Orange + Sports Extra
- The cost: $30 a month after your first month for $20 , plus the $10-a-month Sports Extra.
- Watch Sling TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, LG, or Samsung smart TVs, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire tablets, browsers and more
- Local channels on Sling TV: NBC and Fox on Sling Blue. Find your local channels here .
- ACC Network on Sling?: Yes, on the Sling Orange track with the $10-a-month Sports Extra add-on.
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Sling is still one of the least expensive ways to get the most channels. You'll need Sling Orange and the Sports Extra add-on if you want the ACC Network.
AT&T TV Now - Max Plan
- The cost: $80 a month after a free trial
- Watch AT&T TV Now on: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, Android, and browsers
- Local channels on AT&T TV Now: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here .
- ACC Network on AT&T TV Now?: Yep.
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AT&T TV Now has probably the deepest channel lineup around. And that includes the ACC Network — but it's not available on AT&T's least-expensive plans. You'll need to upgrade to the $80 Max plan, or the $110-a-month Choice plan or higher.
- The cost: $50 a month after a free trial
- Watch YouTube TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung, LG, HiSense or Vizio smart TVs, iOS, Android and browsers
- Local channels on YouTube TV: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here .
- TNT on YouTube TV? Yes.
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YouTube TV is in the Top 3 live-TV services in the U.S., and it's easy to see why. ACC Network also is included in the plan.
Watch the ACC Network on the ESPN app
Another option for watching the FSU Spring Game is with the ESPN app. That'll require you to already have a subscription with one of the services above, or with another cable or satellite provider. And that includes the following:
- AT&T U-Verse
- AT&T TV Now
- DISH Network
- Google Fiber
- Hulu with Live TV
- Sling TV
- Spectrum TV
- Verizon Fios
- YouTube TV
Watch the ACC Network from anywhere with a VPN
If you're going to be out of the country for the FSU Spring Game, you may still be able to watch on the ACC Network with a little help from a VPN.
That's a Virtual Private Network, if you've never used one before. And it's a way of tunneling your network traffic through a specific set of servers which (among other things) lets you route it through specific countries. So even if you're not physically in the United States, your network traffic can be, effectively making it look as if you're in the United States, — at least as far as the ACC Network is concerned.
So if you want to be able to watch the ACC Network from anywhere, that might be the way you want to go.
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