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Clemson vs. Florida State: Week 4 Viewing Guide and TV Schedule

No. 22 Clemson travels to top-ranked Florida State to begin ACC play on Saturday night in Doak Campbell Stadium.

Mary Ann Chastain

An upset-minded Clemson team will hope to win in Tallahassee for the first time since 2006 as the No. 22 Tigers open Atlantic Coast Conference play in prime time against No. 1 Florida State. The ACC's marquee game will have a national audience in the 28th meeting between the two programs.

The defending national champions will be without Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston for the first half as he serves a suspension, but the Seminoles (2-0) are still listed as 14.5-point favorites over the Tigers (1-1) as of Friday afternoon.

Here is the Shakin' the Southland viewing guide for Clemson-Florida State and the rest of Week 4:

TV: 8:18 p.m., ABC. Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call the game from the booth, with Heather Cox reporting on the field.

College Gameday: 9 a.m., ESPN. For the third consecutive year, the matchup between FSU and Clemson will be showcased by ESPN's College Gameday, beginning at 9 a.m. It's certainly going to be difficult to top Bill Murray's appearance from last season, but Gameday exposure is always fun.

Live streaming: The game is not currently listed as available for streaming on WatchESPN. If television is not an option, you'll need to resort to other methods--just ask your soccer friends for help--to watch online unless something changes.

Radio: Along with the traditional radio coverage, Westwood One Sports will broadcast the game--both online and through local affiliates. Clemson football's radio affiliates will also carry the game, and stations carrying the Florida State broadcast can be found here.

Week 4 TV Schedule

Saturday, Sep 20, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Troy @ (13) Georgia 12:00 PM SECN
Eastern Michigan @ (11) Michigan State 12:00 PM BTN/BTN2
Iowa @ Pittsburgh 12:00 PM ESPNU
Southern Illinois @ Purdue 12:00 PM BTN/BTN2
Georgia Tech @ Virginia Tech 12:00 PM ESPN
Western Illinois @ Northwestern 12:00 PM ESPNN
Bowling Green @ (19) Wisconsin 12:00 PM ESPN2
Old Dominion @ Rice 12:00 PM FSN
Tulane @ Duke 12:30 PM ESPN3/CHSS
Maryland @ Syracuse 12:30 PM ESPN3/ACCN
Maine @ Boston College 1:00 PM ESPN3
Delaware State @ Temple 1:00 PM ESPN3
Marshall @ Akron 2:00 PM ESPN3
Hawaii @ Colorado 2:00 PM PAC12
North Carolina @ East Carolina 3:30 PM ESPNU
Louisville @ FIU 3:30 PM FS1
Utah @ Michigan 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
Rutgers @ Navy 3:30 PM CBS Sports
Army @ Wake Forest 3:30 PM ESPN3
Florida @ (3) Alabama 3:30 PM CBS
Central Michigan @ Kansas 3:30 PM FSN
(6) Texas A&M @ Southern Methodist 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
Virginia @ (21) Brigham Young 3:30 PM ESPN
Nicholls @ North Texas 3:30 PM AMSN
Norfolk State @ Buffalo 3:30 PM ESPN3
Massachusetts @ Penn State 4:00 PM BTN/BTN2
Texas State @ Illinois 4:00 PM ESPNN
San Jose State @ Minnesota 4:00 PM BTN/BTN2
Indiana @ (18) Missouri 4:00 PM SECN
Florida Atlantic @ Wyoming 4:00 PM
Presbyterian @ North Carolina State 6:00 PM ESPN3
Georgia State @ Washington 6:00 PM PAC12
Bethune-Cookman @ UCF 6:00 PM ESPN3
Northern Illinois @ Arkansas 7:00 PM ESPNU
Mississippi State @ (8) LSU 7:00 PM ESPN
Northwestern State @ Louisiana Tech 7:00 PM
Middle Tennessee @ Memphis 7:00 PM ESPN3
Appalachian State @ Southern Miss 7:00 PM AMSN
Miami (OH) @ Cincinnati 7:00 PM CBSS
Murray State @ Western Michigan 7:00 PM ESPN3
Idaho @ Ohio 7:00 PM ESPN3
Ball State @ Toledo 7:00 PM ESPN3
Utah State @ Arkansas State 7:00 PM ESPN3
(14) South Carolina @ Vanderbilt 7:30 PM SECN
(4) Oklahoma @ West Virginia 7:30 PM FOX
Georgia Southern @ South Alabama 7:30 PM ESPN3
(22) Clemson @ (1) Florida State 8:00 PM ABC
Miami (FL) @ (24) Nebraska 8:00 PM ESPN2
New Mexico @ New Mexico State 8:00 PM ESPN3
UNLV @ Houston 8:00 PM ESPN3
California @ Arizona 10:00 PM PAC12
Southern Utah @ Fresno State 10:00 PM
San Diego State @ Oregon State 10:30 PM FS1
(2) Oregon @ Washington State 10:30 PM ESPN
Louisiana-Lafayette @ Boise State 10:30 PM CBSS