Fresh off a victory in the Orange Bowl, the Florida State Seminoles will be losing another member of the team’s top ranked defense to the National Football League.
Florida State All-America defensive end Brandon Jenkins has decided not to take a medical hardship and return for his senior season, opting to move on and play in the NFL.
Poor Savannah State. The Football Championship Subdivision school was mauled last week by Oklahoma State 84-0 and now must follow it up with a trip to Tallahassee to face the number six ranked Florida State Seminoles.
Preseason All-American Florida State Seminoles defensive end Brandon Jenkins will miss the rest of the season after suffering a Lisfranc injury in the first half of last Saturday’s 69-3 rout of Murray State.
Florida State appears to have it all this season — at least on paper. And while coach Jimbo Fisher doesn’t want his players distracted with the preseason expectations, he said during Sunday’s media day activities that this year’s team is deeper and, perhaps more importantly, a year older.
The annual Lombardi Award watch list has been released and the state of Florida is well represented on the list.