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How to Watch The Red Bandanna Game: Florida State University @ Boston College

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In Memory of Welles Remy Crowther, 5/17/1977-9/11/2001

Florida State v Boston College
Boston College will face Florida State in the annual Red Bandanna Game
Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Game Day Facts

Who

Boston College Eagles (5-4) vs

Florida State Seminoles (4-5)

What

On Saturday, as two teams, Boston College and Florida State, play a game we’ll remember a man who put the team first, when there was much more than a game at stake. Boston College will be honoring the memory of Welles Crowther, a BC alum who gave his life on September 11th, saving at least a dozen people from the south tower of the World Trade Center. BC will also be honoring other members of the BC community for exemplifying the school’s motto of Men and Women for others.

Where

Alumni Stadium

Chestnut Hill, MA

When

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

Kickoff is set for 12:00 PM ET

How to Watch

The game is going to be broadcast on the new ACC Network, which can be found on channel 612 for DirecTV, 402 for Dish Network, 388 for Spectrum, and for Verizon Fios channel is 329 for standard definition and channel 829 for high-def.

The game will also be available to those subscribed to the ACC Network via the ESPN app.

Furthermore, the ACC Network is available to those with subscriptions to Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or Playstation VUE.

You can also find a TV provider with ACC Network by going on GetACC.com

How to Listen

The radio broadcast will be on the BC Learfield IMG Sports Network or WEEI 93.7 FM.

How to Follow Along on Twitter

For complete coverage, follow @bcinterruption to get every soaring high and heart wrenching low on Twitter.

Follow @bagz2193, @arthurbailin, @joegrav, @niraj_patel7 for our own hot takes/unnecessary opinions from the comfort of our homes and the Alumni bleachers.

BC’s Best Chance to Win

More play action passes and win the battle in the trenches.

BC put up a school record 691 yards of offense last week against Syracuse and it’s no surprise most of it came on the ground. However, the two plays that really broke the game wide open were the long touchdowns passes to Kobay White and Zay Flowers. Both plays were play action passes. BC will be smart to lean on the run again as, not only are the Seminoles surrendering 154.7 yards per game and 3.7 yards per rush, but it will provide more opportunities for big plays down the field. With BC’s methodical style of offense that doesn’t usually produce a lot of points, any chance they have to grab a quick 7 points, could put the score out of reach. Like BC, much of Florida State’s offense goes through their running back Cam Akers but a big lead would put the pressure on the shoulders of James Blackman and his struggling offensive line.

Speaking of that offensive line, this is a unit that BC can take advantage of. Florida State’s biggest problem over the past few seasons has been their offensive line and BC’s defensive line has shown brief flashes of improvement over the last few games. This is a very winnable game for the Eagles, but a dangerous one, as you can never be quite sure which Florida State team you’re going to get: talented and athletic or incompetent and unfocused.

I expect the Eagles to be locked in and focused, as they almost always are for the Red Bandanna game.