FSU basketball vs. Stanford: How to watch, live stream, game notes to day

Florida State basketball, tied at 1-5 a year, is currently having its worst start to the season since 1959 (1-7).

The Seminoles looked lackluster in every one of their games this season and overcame that to win just one game – a home game vs. Mercer earlier this week that FSU kept threatening to give away.

Trouble and mistakes across the board and up and down the field resurfaced on Thursday, as FSU worked its way to a double-digit loss to the Siena Saints in the opening round of the ESPN Events Invitational.

From our Matt Minnick:

The troubles for these Seminoles go way beyond a few injuries and a disgusting NCAA eligibility decision. It’s sad to type this, but the “New Blood” culture of everyone joining in and doing their part to help the team in any way seems to be dead – or at least should be on every milk carton in the city ​​stand.

Jogging back on defense in transition after a turnover is not winning basketball. Selfishly trying to dribble through multiple defenders and then throw a hard shot or a wild pass is not winning basketball. Losing every appearance of your man and ball because you want to gamble on a bargain or make a big block out of your area, only to see your man end up wide-eyed is not a winning basketball.

Still, that was the kind of plays Florida State made over and over again. It’s a fact that FSU is understaffed. Guys like Jaylan Gainey and Baba Miller would make a big difference. So is a completely healthy Jackson and Green. But even teams with few hands can still play with toughness. And even bad teams can selflessly run the system they’re supposed to run.

Florida State is now charged with a quick turnaround, ready to take on the Stanford Cardinal (2-3) who lost to Ole Miss in Orlando on Thursday.

From Stanford Sports Info:

Harrison Ingram scored a career-best 24 points, but Stanford couldn’t beat Ole Miss in the opening round of the ESPN Events Invitational, falling 72-68 to ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex.

The cardinal attack came to life in the second half, scoring 46 points. The Rebels led four times with as many as 11 in the second half, but Stanford methodically cut back the deficit in the final 12:40. An 8-0 run in the final three minutes pushed the score to 65-63, but a step-back 3-pointer with 27 seconds left sealed the game for Ole Miss.

Some other notes, via FSU Sports Info:

It is the first meeting between the Seminoles and the Cardinal. Stanford is one of two first-time opponents (also USC Upstate) on the Seminoles schedule during the 2022-2023 regular season.

Stanford is coached by Jerod Haase, who is in his sixth season as Head Coach of the Cardinal. Haase faced the Seminoles from 2003-12 (in the ACC) as an assistant coach with North Carolina.

Rob Ehsan faced Florida State as a graduate assistant and assistant coach at Maryland (2006-11), an assistant coach at Virginia Tech (2012), and head coach at Alabama Birmingham (2017-20). The Seminoles defeated Ehsan and his Blazers, 81-63, on November 22, 2018, in the Old Spice Classic (ESPN Events Invitational) at Disney.

Jack Frost, an assistant to head coach Jerrod Haase, was a student and graduate manager at North Carolina, while assistant director of operations Michael Reutt was a four-year student manager at Virginia Tech (2015-18) – both have the Seminoles as members of the ACC.

With 11 steals on the season against Siena and 10 steals against UCF, Florida State goes into Friday’s game against Stanford with 38 steals and an average of 6.3 steals per game. The Seminoles have 302 steals in their last two seasons (37 games) and average 8.2 steals per game. Florida State has at least six steals in each of its last four games (26 steals, 6.5 spg) compared to 12 steals in the first two games of the season (6.0 spg).

Florida State vs. Stanford how to watch, tv info


Friday Nov 25


1:30 PM




ESPN, Hulu


Radio network Seminoles


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