Much has been made of the performance of Florida State Seminoles offense led by quarterback Jameis Winston. But, on Saturday against Clemson, the Seminoles defense was on display and looked ready to tackle any opponent in its path to Pasadena.
While most college football fans are already pointing to a potential matchup of an undefeated Florida State Seminoles and Miami Hurricanes; the Noles have a tough road to get there starting Saturday with a game against a vastly improved Maryland Terrapins team.
Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher may be the team’s offensive coordinator, but he’s second to none when it comes to bringing in defensive talent each year and 2013 is no different.
The Discover Orange Bowl is set for Tuesday evening with a highly anticipated matchup between the Florida State Seminoles and the Bowl Championship Series busters, the Northern Illinois Huskies.
The Discover Orange Bowl is less than a week away and both the Florida State Seminoles and Northern Illinois Huskies are scheduled to arrive in Miami Wednesday to begin final preparations for the game.
The Florida State Seminoles had everything poised and ready to make a run at the BCS Championship after a 5-0 start. FSU looked like it was back on national championship scene and ready to contend, then they traveled to North Carolina State.
Much has been made of the ballyhooed defenses from LSU and Alabama, but Florida State’s defense is outperforming both SEC schools on the young season and allowing a ridiculous 1 point per game on the young season.
The Florida State Seminoles are coming off a home thrashing of North Carolina State, but now head to Massachusetts as they look to push their record on the season to 6-3.
One week after a tough loss to the number one ranked Oklahoma Sooners, the Florida State Seminoles are set for a trip to Death Valley to take on the Clemson Tigers.