As Florida State’s homecoming week hit the midway point, the Seminoles returned to practice on Wednesday in preparation of their game this Saturday against Wake Forest. Our Courteney Korosec has you covered with the complete practice report.
Listen to defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett speak to the media before practice. Barnett emphasized finishing the second half of the season strong.
Defensive end Janarius Robinson and his family were one of the unlucky ones in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, losing their home as the Category Four storm swept ashore.
Before practice, Robinson discussed the fallout from Hurricane Michael with the media. Hear the full interview here.
A GoFundMe account has been established to help Robinson’s family raise the funds for a new house. The fundraising effort is just shy of its original goal of the $75,000 goal.
Anything would help me and my family out appreciate everything and everyone through this hard time https://t.co/coK88VW1Oi— J.Robinson (@JanariusD1) October 17, 2018
At one point over the last week, Florida State University considered postponing the homecoming game against the Demon Deacons.
According to Noles247, a source informed them that FSU tight end Alexander Marshall is seeking a transfer.
According to a source FSU TE Alexander Marshall is seeking a transfer. More on Noles247, here (VIP):https://t.co/HOEh85abrz pic.twitter.com/pQRjUxRaMK— Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) October 18, 2018
Willie Taggart, despite drastic improvements, had a rocky start in his first few games as head coach of the Seminoles. As Morgan Moriarty explains, he’s not the only coach who’s struggled in his first season at the helm.
Scott Frost, Chip Kelly, Kevin Sumlin, and Willie Taggart haven’t exactly had stellar Year 1s so far. But as it turns out, a lot of legendary head coaches struggled in their first seasons, too. (Beamer, Bowden, and Snyder to name a few!) https://t.co/mpj0j2H1Eo— Morgan Moriarty (@Morgan_Moriarty) October 17, 2018
With Florida State basketball season on the horizon, check out where the Seminoles land in Sports Illustrated’s ACC basketball preview.
Sean Martin of pgatour.com explains how former FSU golfer Brooks Koepka is looking to improve his putting in 2019.