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Nevada vs. Florida State: TV, streaming, odds and more

Nevada heads on the road to take on Florida State in a continuation of the teams difficult non-conference slate.

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Nevada continue their difficult non-conference schedule as they head to Southeast to take on No. 10 ranked Florida State down in Tallahassee, Fla., this Saturday. The Wolf Pack could should the world, but that is not likely to happen, unless somehow Coli Kaepernick regains some eligibility and suits up. Even then, not likely.

Nevada has some injury issues in this game as starting quarterback Cody Fajarado has been limited with a knee injury, and then starting running back Don Jackson is questionable with an ankle injury plus backup running back Kendall Brock is banged up due to just being banged up. So, that will hurt Nevada's chance of winning this game, or really even stay close.

Weirder things have happened, but this Nevada team is not all that great, especially on defense, so look for Jameis Winston to have a good day throwing the ball. However, look for Fajardo to have a decent day moving the Nevada offense at times.

Here are the details of how to watch this game.

When: Saturday Sept. 14, 2013 3:30 p.m. ET
Where: Tallahassee, Fla., Doak Campbell Stadium
TV: ESPN
Streaming: WatchESPN
Announcers: Bob Wischusen/Rod Gilmore/Quint Kessenich
Odds: Florida State is a whopping 35.5-point favorite

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