FSU legend Monk Bonasorte has passed away due to a battle with brain cancer; you’d be hard pressed to find someone whom was more dedicated to FSU football.
Dalvin Cook set FSU’s all-time rushing record on Saturday with a 225 yard performance against Syracuse; which also earned him a helmet sticker from espn.
Dennis Dodd put Dalvin Cook on his Heisman ballot but behind Christian Mccaffrey & Baker Mayfield? Nope.
Filed to CBS Sports, Week 12 Heisman Watch: 1. Lamar Jackson; 2. Sam Darnold;— Dennis Dodd (@dennisdoddcbs) November 20, 2016
3. Christian McCaffrey;
4. Baker Mayfield;
5. Dalvin Cook.
If this set of Bowl Projections turns out to be true FSU will be in Orlando for the third time in 10 months.
Florida Stated moved up to Nos. 15 & 14 in the AP & Coaches poll respectively.
Florida State opens as a seven point home favorite over rival Florida.
It’s becoming increasingly more likely that a 2-loss team is going to get throttled by Alabama in the college football playoff.
Following the embarrassing loss to Kansas; Charlie Strong is out as head coach of Texas. Let the coaching carousel begin.
It’s playoff time in High School football; here’s how some Seminole commitments did this weekend via Tim Scribble:
Stanford Samuels III (2017)and Flanagan fell to Deerfield Beach 10-7. Samuels had a touchdown run in the loss.
Bailey Hockman (2017) had 222 yard passing and a touchdown run in McEachern's 47 win over Parkview.
Justin Watkins (2018) rushed for 156 yards including touchdown runs of 65 and 58 yards. Vanguard won 46-23 win over Mitchell.
FSU Men’s basketball moved to 4-0 with a 100-71 victory over Detroit Mercy. Dwayne Bacon dropped 22 points while Jonathan Isaac added a double of 14 pts 10 rebounds.
Leticia Romero returned & Women’s basketball moved to 4-1 with a 84-64 victory over James Madison. Shakayla Thomas led the way with 17 points.
Jameis Winston dedicated his sterling performance yesterday to the late great Monk.
For @FSU_Football, Bucs' Jameis Winston said he dedicated this game to the late Monk Bonasorte. To his family: "Thank you and I love you."— Greg Auman (@gregauman) November 20, 2016
Xavier Rhodes was clocked at 22.4 miles per hour during his pick-6 on Sunday. He got to Carson Palmer twice yesterday.