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Alabama State at Florida State: Date, time, TV Channel, live stream, how to watch

Alabama State at Florida State: Date, time, TV Channel, live stream, how to watch

It is Week 12 of college football, and there are only a couple of games left before the regular season comes to a close.

This Saturday, Alabama State will travel to Doak Campbell Stadium to face Florida State. The Hornets are currently 5-4, and just had two back to back victories, blowing out Mississippi Valley State 27-0, and beating Texas Southern 27-21.

Florida State is also having a very similar season with a 5-5 record. The Seminoles just beat Boston College 38-31this past Saturday. 

With both teams coming off their victories, we will see who will take the triumph this weekend.

How to watch Alabama State at Florida State

Who: Alabama State vs. Florida State

What: Regular Season Week 12

When: Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, 12:00 p.m. ET

Where: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Florida

TV Channel: NBC Sports Washington 

Live Stream: NBC Sports Washington

Radio: Sirius XM Channel 193, Streaming 955

Weather: 63 degrees, sunny 

Florida State's full 2019 football schedule

Week 1: vs. Boise State, L, 36-31

Week 2: vs. ULM, W, 45-44

Week 3: at Virginia, L, 31-24

Week 4: vs. Louisville, W, 35-24

Week 5: vs. NC State, W, 31-13

Week 6: BYE

Week 7: at Clemson, L, 45-14

Week 8: at Wake Forest, L, 22-20

Week 9: vs. Syracuse, W, 35-17

Week 10: vs. Miami, L, 27-10

Week 11: at Boston College, W, 38-31

Week 12: Alabama State, 12 p.m.

Week 13: BYE

Week 14: at Florida, TBA

Week 15: ACC Championship, 7:30 p.m.

Alabama State's full 2019 football schedule

Week 1: at UAB, L, 19-24

Week 2: vs. Tuskegee, W, 38-31

Week 3: vs. Kennesaw State, L, 7-42

Week 4: vs. Grambling State, W, 23-20

Week 5: BYE

Week 6: vs. Alcorn State, L, 4-35

Week 7: at Jackson State, W, 31-6

Week 8: BYE

Week 9: at Alabama A&M, L, 41-43

Week 10: at Mississippi Valley State, W, 27-0

Week 11: at Texas Southern, W, 27-21 

Week 12: Florida State, 12 p.m.

Week 13: BYE

Week 14: Prairie View A&M, 2 p.m.

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VCU rides impressive second half to take down Old Dominion

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VCU rides impressive second half to take down Old Dominion

RICHMOND, Va. — Marcus Santos-Silva posted 13 points as VCU topped Old Dominion 69-57 on Saturday night.

Issac Vann had 10 points for VCU (7-2). Marcus Evans added 10 points. De'Riante Jenkins had six rebounds for the hosts.

Malik Curry had 11 points for the Monarchs (3-7), who have now lost six games in a row. Xavier Green added 11 points. Dajour Dickens had 10 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks.

VCU plays Missouri State at home next Sunday. Old Dominion matches up against Illinois on the road next Saturday.

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Anthony Cowan single-handedly snatches a Maryland victory away from Illinois

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Anthony Cowan single-handedly snatches a Maryland victory away from Illinois

No one can put a team on his back better than Anthony Cowan Jr. can for the Maryland Terrapins. 

Down three with under a minute to go, there is no one else Maryland fans want with the ball in their hands more. 

Trailing Illinois in that exact scenario, Cowan pulled up for a 3-pointer from Northern Virginia. (The game was in College Park, Md.)

Tie game. That one would have been a three if it was on an NBA court. 

On the very next possession, Cowan then got the ball back. As the Fighting Illini (6-2, 0-1) went down the court, Cowan stepped in to force a double team. Andres Feliz lost his dribble and the Maryland senior was right there to pick up the loose ball.... and draw a foul with two seconds to go.

At the free-throw line, Cowan hit one, missed the second intentionally, and gave No. 3 Maryland (10-0, 1-0) a one-point win over Illinois. They erased a 14-point halftime deficit to win their first Big Ten contest of the year and stay undefeated.

Cowan finished with a game-high 20 points, with seven rebounds and six assists.

Throughout the season, this has been a repeated theme for the guard. Slow starts plague the Terps and then Cowan puts his foot on the throttle and takes over a game. Saturday's game was a whole different level for D.C. native.

As Dan Dakich said on the ESPN2 broadcast:

"All-American All-world, All-whatever you need him to be."

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