FSU shared more bad injury news on Monday when it was announced that wide receiver Bobo Wilson underwent season-ending foot surgery, which will also mark the end of his four-year career in Tallahassee.
Another day, another NFL mock draft. SB Nation’s latest mock draft put together by Dan Kadar has Dalvin Cook as the 12th overall pick to the Indianapolis Colts. Cook could create instant change in Indy as his multi-dimensional game as a running back would take a significant amount of pressure of of Colts QB Andrew Luck, who has had to carry more than his fair share at times over the last few years.
12. Indianapolis Colts: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
Frank Gore has been solid for the Colts, but at 33, he can't be expected to maintain a high level of play for long. Cook is a superstar. He's a great all-around back with game breaking speed.
David Visser analyzes the changes - and lack thereof - on this week’s FSU depth chart.
Looking a few weeks ahead, Florida quarterback Luke Del Rio will miss Saturday’s game with South Carolina with a shoulder injury suffered against Arkansas, writes Andy Hutchins for Alligator Army.
I wrote my weekly ACC football power rankings after a week where all of the conference favorites won.
Bill Connelly points out the fascinating, difficult conundrum for Ole Miss created by Chad Kelly’s season-ending knee injury.
Our own TimScribble details how Florida State’s commits and targets performed in their games last weekend.
Former Seminole Jalen Ramsey was pegged by ESPN’s Bill Barnwell as his midseason pick for Defensive Rookie of the Year.
He has been a revelation at corner for the Jags, initially lining up in the slot before moving outside and into the starting lineup ahead of expensive free-agent addition Davon House. Teams are avoiding Ramsey, preferring to throw at fellow veteran import Prince Amukamara. When you consider that even cornerbacks who end up as All-Pro talents are liabilities as rookies, Ramsey deserves a ton of credit.
Tomahawk Nation’s extensive basketball preview carries on with a look at where Florida State falls in an absolutely loaded Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Florida State soccer team will begin its NCAA Tournament run at home but for the first time since 2010, the Seminoles are not a No. 1 seed.
The Noles will be hosting Samford in the first round of the NCAA tournament! Match will be played on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 2 pm. #YTSD pic.twitter.com/YCbjyzrlV1— FSU Soccer (@FSU_Soccer) November 7, 2016