Florida State Football pulled off their first road victory of the season Saturday, defeating the Louisville Cardinals 28-24 in thrilling fashion at Cardinal Stadium. Here’s your advanced box score from FSU’s first road victory of the season.
Our own Courteney Korosec recaps an exciting day in Louisville, and checks in on the Seminoles during their first day of practice this week.
Head Coach Willie Taggart provided some information on Cole Minshew Monday.
Taggart says Cole Minshew is finally getting in "football shape" and says that he's gotten better and able to get more reps with each passing week.— Curt Weiler (@CurtMWeiler) October 1, 2018
What can we take away from the victory? Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith break it down in a brand new Nolecast.
WR Tamorrion Terry has been electric this year on the offense. Get to know him a little better in FSU Football’s @FacesofFSUFootball segment.
DeCalon Brooks is already making a name for himself at Florida State. The redshirt freshman became the first Seminole linebacker to win ACC linebacker of the week since 2015.
With the Seminoles now looking to the future, the team will be looking a bit more traditional this weekend against the No. 17.
Check out how Florida State commits and targets are performing in their high school games.
Derwin James for ROTY? See how former Seminoles are faring in the NFL during week 4.
NFL Podcasts break down just how special James has been this season.
If you didn't believe it before, believe it now...#Chargers @DerwinJames is the REAL DEAL. Today's #MTS podcast analyses the potential Rookie Defensive Player of the Years' game.— NFL Podcasts (@NFL_Podcasts) October 1, 2018
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Former FSU quarterback and Heisman winner Jameis Winston returned from suspension this past week in Tampa Bay’s game at Chicago, playing the entire second half. This week, he’ll be starting for the first time this season.
Jameis Winston will start Tampa’s next game against the Falcons.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 1, 2018