FSU’s winning streak over Miami will get to nine this year according to ESPN’s Mark Schlabach; because he has Florida State beating Miami not once but twice this year.
FSU has held up its end, playing in the ACC championship game five times, but Miami has yet to appear in the game's 12-year existence. That will change this coming season. FSU will end Clemson's two-year reign in the Atlantic Division, and the Hurricanes will win the Coastal Division in coach Mark Richt's second season. The Seminoles will beat Miami for the ninth straight time to punch their CFP ticket.
Jacob Coker former Florida State and Alabama quarterback has given his prediction for this weekend’s contest.
Here are the 28 most talented games of 2017; Number 1 is obvious.
ESPN’s Mark Schlabach is all in on Florida State this year.
FSU may be number three in the polls but they’re number two in ESPN’s preseason power rankings.
Here’s a little peak inside Florida State’s weight room.
Matthew Thomas didn’t practice again but he did show up this time.
Bud Elliott and Ingram preview FSU’s loaded running back stable; littered with former five-stars.
The offensive line was not as bad as FSU fans would lead you to believe but there’s still tons of room for improvement
Should a FSU player feel the need to protest a social injustice it won’t be Jimbo Fisher that stops them.
In case you missed it; here’s Tomahawknation’s preseason ACC Power Rankings.
Here are the remaining holes in FSU’s 2018 recruiting class that need to be filled.
Top 100 2019 Athlete Trezman Marshall has FSU in his top six:
Patrick Surtain Jr. is the nation’s top corner-back and a LSU lock, right? Maybe.
Here’s 30 seconds with Megan Connolly and Natalia Kuikka of the Soccer team:
It's "30 Seconds With The Noles" featuring the comedic styles of Megan Connolly and Natalia Kuikka. pic.twitter.com/IQSsh3KY1E— FSU Soccer (@FSUSoccer) August 29, 2017
With classes back in session so returns the Cross Country team.
Women’s Volleyball is a perfect 3-0 on the season with Cecilie Woie making program history over the weekend.
Travis Rudolph has had a tremendous preseason camp and has put himself in a position to make the Giants’ roster.
The wide receiver from Florida State has a chance to make the initial 53-man roster, which will be announced on Saturday. Through three preseason games, Rudolph leads the Giants with 111 receiving yards – 36 more than anyone else – and his six catches tie him with first-round draft choice Evan Engram for the team lead. Rudolph’s final chance to impress the coaches before cutdown day on Saturday will be the preseason finale in New England Thursday night.
Asked what he’s looking forward to in the game, Rudolph said, “Just do what I got to do. Make plays.”
Devonta Freeman is out of concussion protocol and cleared to return to practice.