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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

Senior class breakdown by Seminoles.com


A great reminder of why so many of us believe 2012 is the year for FSU. This Sr class class could have 10 draft picks, easily. When is the last time FSU's Sr class been this strong, with tons of depth and talent in the underclasses as well?

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...

Seminole Sand Volleyball: Undefeated in First-Ever Regular Season


Florida State's first-ever sand volleyball team have made history by finishing their inaugural season 15-0 in dual matches. One event remains for the Seminoles: the first-ever Collegiate Sand Volleyball National Championships in Alabama next weekend. Here's wishing the Garnet and Gold the best as they seek to mine one more bit of gold from the sand. Story with Video Twitter News Feed

'Will the state of Florida rise again?' Adelson interviews Fisher


ESPN's Andrea Adelson provides a Q&A with Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher. 'The pressure people put on me isn’t close to the pressure I put on myself.' In a related feature Adelson discusses the Sunshine State's Big Three. She again offers comments by the Seminoles' head coach. "Consistency in head coaching and staffs," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said when asked the single-biggest reason the three rose at once. "Miami had the most rotation, but Steve and Bobby were here forever, and their staffs very rarely changed, just a guy or two every blue moon. They got ahead and got that momentum. … It's a matter of teams establishing winning and keeping the local players home." http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7783894/will-miami-hurricanes-florida-gators-florida-state-seminoles-rise-again

Noles Video Makers Needed


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Tailback trio piling up big yards at Florida State


Nice article by Rivals about the Noles' three-headed rushing attack and their maturation into one of the nation's most potent backfields.

FSU Athletics Posting Video Series about Bill Peterson Era


Part 1 is up now. Parts 2 and 3 will follow shortly. FSU is releasing this video to honor the 50th anniversary of the start of Bill Peterson's tenure at FSU. 2010 would also have marked Bobby Bowden's 35th season at FSU had he stayed, but with Bowden's remarks on recent press tour, where he has repeatedly portrayed FSU in a negative light both in print and on national TV, it appears that FSU has decided to honor its other great coach. Mentioned in the video: A) Peterson getting FSU's first home and away wins over the Gators. 2) Bowden quoted as learning from Coach Peterson while an assistant at FSU. D) An interview with NFL and Peterson-era QB Gary Huff speaking about how advanced his system was. All extremely classy stuff and very well done with great interviews, archival footage, and high production values. The big takeaway here is that FSU is proud to honor its great football tradition and the legacy of all its winning coaches. FSU has definitely taken the high road out of the Bowden era. Much more so than Bowden himself.

Seminole Rising: CB/PR Greg Reid


I've decided to do a short piece on a different Nole each friday from here until the season starts. First up, fan favorite Greg Reid! Of course I included everyone's favorite highlight clip (It simply never gets old) Adam Tolliver offers another great piece on the Noles. He does a good job of assessing Greg's positives from last year and weaknesses to improve upon at this point in his early career. Remember that Greg is a true sophomore and while he had big plays (especially in the return game) he left much to be desired on defense. He is quite the talent for new DB coach and OC Mark Stoops though.

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