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Clemson Fans React To Mike Bianchi Article About FSU - Poorly


In his column, Mr. Branca wrote that the feared Florida St. Seminoles were poised to not only win the ACC this season, but for years to come. His reasoning seemed to be along the lines of.....FSU players are now allowed to wear hats, so they are destined to be ACC Champions

Jimbo to Announce Starting QB Today


FSU coach Jimbo Fisher told reporters in his most recent interview session Monday that he expected to make a decision on the starter following Wednesday afternoon's scrimmage.

Remember this guy? Apparently he's writing for the News Observer in NC now...


Remember this guy? Apparently he's writing for the News Observer in NC now...

CFN Preview of FSU...


The Seminoles will essentially be looking for a do-over in their return to glory, which took a sudden detour in the wrong direction a year ago. Pegged as the program’s long-awaited breakthrough following a decade of mediocrity, Florida State went a disappointing 9-4, failing to even capture the ACC Atlantic Division. However, with as many as 18 starters back from last year’s underachieving squad, the ‘Noles are hell-bent on putting it all together, and possibly vying for national championship contention in 2012

FSU’s Jimbo Fisher ranked 38th on Sporting News coaching list


FSU was a trendy pick to compete for a national title last season, and by and large it failed to meet expectations. Fisher is a talented offensive coach, but the Seminoles’ porous offensive line and invisible running game have to reflect on him. Then again, the Noles are trendy again, aren’t they? Anything less than an Atlantic Division title in 2012 will be an (yet another) absolute failure for the program. Link to list is at the bottom of the page...

Ten players to watch this season in the ACC


Much like the Big Ten, the Atlantic Coast Conference had its postseason struggles with only two victories in eight attempts. But fear not fans, with a bevy of talent, several ACC teams should be back in the mix nationally in 2012. From FSU - Brandon Jenkins and Greg Reid Nothing mind blowing here, just some crapper material.

Former FSU QB Charlie Ward talks about life as a coach


Former Florida State quarterback Charlie Ward was back in Central Florida on Sunday, speaking with a group of high school coaches at a Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast at the NIKE Coach of the Year Clinic in Orlando. The 41-year-old currently is the head football coach at Westbury Christian High School in Houston, where he lives with his family

Regional Predictions: Part 1


Brief breakdowns of some of the regionals including Tallahassee...

Urban Meyer early favorite to coach at Ohio State in 2012


Interesting...the main reason why I linked this is because of the #2 guy on the list.

Five stories to watch in 2011: Is Florida State back on the national radar?


With a little more than 100 days remaining before the start of the 2011 college football season, there are some interesting stories developing before the first players hit the field. We continue our five-part series on five stories to watch for the upcoming football season. Today we feature: Is Florida State back on the national radar?

Sooner Nation Top 25 Opponents


OU guys discuss their top 25 opponents. FSU starts around the 46:52 marker.

Ten games that could change the BCS in 2011: Oklahoma at Florida State


It doesn’t take much to derail a team’s chances at the BCS National Championship. A loss and by most accounts, your chances at a title are done. Two losses and by most rights, your chances for playing in a BCS bowl game are close to none. With that in mind, we continue our series looking at ten games that could change the face of the BCS this season. Today we feature: Oklahoma at Florida State

Ten assistant coaches to watch: Florida State’s Mark Stoops


The next generation of great coaching minds can be found on the sidelines of some of college football’s top teams. We wrap up our series looking at ten assistant coaches who are tops in their fields and someday could be head coaches in their own rights. Today we feature: Florida State’s Mark Stoops

Senior Bowl Practice Notes: Day 3


I thought Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder really threw the football well today and very quietly is having the type of week he needed in order to give a real boost to his draft stock.

The best of the CWS field


OMAHA, Neb. – The Road to Omaha has been filled with plenty of exciting moments and plenty of surprising twists. But now eight teams descend on Rosenblatt Stadium for two weeks for the final College World Series at the old stadium. The event, of course, moves to a new downtown ballpark next year. This year’s CWS field is loaded with intriguing storylines. Arizona State’s Zack MacPhee and Riccio Torrez hope to carry a national title back to Arizona, the UCLA three-headed pitching monster of Gerrit Cole, Trevor Bauer and Rob Rasmussen hope to continue their magical ways. Then there’s Oklahoma, which no one expected to be in Omaha this weekend. We take an inside look at the best of the bunch for Omaha’s field of eight. Including: BEST COACH: Florida State’s Mike Martin KnoxNole picks up stick, pokes bear ;)

FSU Game 1 History


FSU GAME 1 HISTORY... They haven't won a Game 1 since a 9-2 victory over Miami in 2000. Yep. That's a full decade of starting out each Super Regional series in a hole. Not only that, but the Seminoles wound up losing six of those seven matchups (2008 against Wichita State being the lone exception). And five of those six series losses came against SEC schools. Not only that, but of the past nine times FSU has been eliminated in the postseason, seven came against an SEC school.

CFN's 2010 FSU Preview


Florida State is loaded with talent, athleticism, and veterans (at least on offense), and now it'll be up to the new head man, Jimbo Fisher, to show he can produce. With a great piece to the puzzle, QB Christian Ponder, healthy again, the sky's the limit.



Ponders not the #1 according to CFN.

Getting back to bunting...err, basics.


Article is from the Democrat. I read this and spit coffee all over the monitor.. "There are so many things that we're doing a poor job of — with bunting being one of them," Martin said Monday afternoon. "We need to work on our bunting, and I wasn't pleased with our base-running. We've got to get a lot of stuff done [Tuesday]."

Remember Callahan Bright


Former top recruit Callahan Bright seeks second chance in NFL

Commack Breaks Femur


Florida State sophomore receiver/cornerback Avis Commack suffered a broken right femur Tuesday afternoon while working out with the Seminoles' track and field team, the school announced on Wednesday.

Florida State: Our source has confirmed that Mark Stoops (Arizona Defensive Coordinator) has...


Florida State: Our source has confirmed that Mark Stoops (Arizona Defensive Coordinator) has interviewed for the Seminoles Defensive Coordinator position on Sunday.


Florida State: As we reported on November 4, Defensive Coordinator Jeff Casteel is NOT interested...


Florida State: As we reported on November 4, Defensive Coordinator Jeff Casteel is NOT interested in Florida State's Defensive Coordinator position.

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