Wind sprints are no longer needed at Florida State practices. There’s plenty of running in between plays.
The Florida State Seminoles are back at work for the first of 15 scheduled practices ahead of the BCS National Championship game against the Auburn Tigers on January 6.
The last steps to the BCS championship game summed up their seasons. For No. 1 Florida State, it was a breeze. For Auburn, it took the unexpected.
It’s been a season of firsts for No. 20 Duke, and yet another one came in its first ACC championship game — when it shut out No. 1 Florida State. For a quarter.
Florida State has mowed down every opponent that has stepped into their path this season with a deadly efficient offense and a defense that confuses quarterbacks quicker than stereo instructions.
Throw out the records and get ready for a rivalry game that harkens back to the heyday of the 1990’s as Florida State and Miami are set for a Top 10 match-up Saturday night at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The list of former top high school football prospects who never met the lofty expectations set for them is long and includes names like Willie Williams and Fred Rouse. But for at least one night, former top quarterback prospect Jameis Winston lived up to the hype and then some for the Florida State Seminoles
Asked to nitpick his astounding college debut, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston furrowed his brow and thought for a moment.
The Florida State Seminoles are used to dealing with big expectations for players entering the program, but the hype surrounding redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston are off the charts.
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.