Florida State vs. Duke live stream isn't available, but the Florida State vs. Duke TV game start time is 8 p.m. ET for the ACC championship. An updated report from Saturday (Dec. 7) has the Seminoles as 30 points favorites to win the game, the ACC title, and a spot in the BCS title game.
The reason no live stream is available is due to ABC showing the game. They usually feed games through the Watch ESPN application, but that is going to be showing the Pac-12 championship game of Stanford vs. Arizona State. The ACC has set up a site to follow the game statistically, even if that isn't quite the same as watching the game live.
Coming into the game, FSU is 12-0 and ranked No. 1 in all major polls. Duke is now 10-2, surprising most college football analysts by beating out schools like Miami to make the conference title game. They hold a 10-2 record, but will need to bring home a win from this game in order to get a BCS bowl game invite. If Duke can pull out the win, they will head to the 2013 Orange Bowl.
Though the Florida State vs. Duke live stream isn't available, tune in to ABC for the TV game start time of 8 p.m. ET on Saturday (Dec. 7) to see full coverage of the ACC championship.
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