By Lauren SullivanEditorOn Monday, August 13th, the West Virginia University football team will take on the Florida State Seminoles at the Thomas & Mack Center.
The match will be broadcast live on ESPN3, and the West Va. school’s match against West Virginia’s opponents will be played in Jacksonville, Florida.
The game will also be streamed on ESPN2.
West Virginia’s match with Florida State will mark the second time in five years that a West Virginia team has played at the FSU campus.
The Mountaineers and Seminoles met in 2010 in Orlando.
The game will be streamed live on the West Coast on ESPN1.ESPN will also broadcast the match on the same network as the Clemson-Florida game in 2017.
The ESPN3 game between the Mountaineer and Seminole game was announced as part of the ACC Tournament, and ESPN will be broadcasting the match for the second consecutive year.
ESPN3 has had a long history of broadcasting college football, dating back to the late 1990s, when ESPN3 was first introduced as a digital service.ESPN2 has had the most recent college football broadcast in 2016 when it aired the game between Auburn and Texas Tech in Houston.ESPN3 is the only sports network that has been able to cover the Florida Atlantic football game in the same manner as ESPN.
ESPN has also carried more college football games in the United States than any other network.ESPN’s live coverage of West Virginia vs. Florida State matches will feature some of the most recognizable voices in college football.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen and ESPN college football analyst Phil Steele will be joined by Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher, Florida State assistant coach John L. Smith, and West Virginia quarterback Jake Browning.ESPN has been working closely with ESPN’s college football analysts to bring more college college football coverage to the platform.
ESPN college basketball analyst Chris Fowler and West Va assistant football coach David Wojciechowski will also contribute to the coverage.