Monday, Florida State University announced that the campus will be closed throughout the remainder of the week in preparation of Hurricane Michael. Starting Wednesday, Florida State Football practices are canceled as well. The team still plans to hold a full practice on Tuesday.
Bud Elliott takes a closer look at the box score from Florida State’s heartbreaking loss to the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday.
FSU head coach Willie Taggart has submitted the trick lateral pass play from Saturday’s loss to the ACC for more clarity on the officials’ decision.
Our David Visser examines the touchdown that was called back, and details how FSU was denied a full review of the play during the game.
Before practice on Monday, Taggart emphatically stated that Deondre Francois is still the team’s starting quarterback. During the practice time observed by the media, Francois was extremely limited.
#FSU QB Deondre Francois not taking part in any drills that involve him to move. pic.twitter.com/cTO0rvSmKa— Wayne McGahee III (@WayneMcGaheeIII) October 8, 2018
Later on Monday, former Seminole star Anquan Boldin was back at Doak Campbell to address current Seminoles about the importance of registering to vote. One FSU football player was certainly listening, and plans on making a difference.
My Parents have always told me to make a difference. Not only on the football field, but in the class room and life in general. I am proud to say I got registered to vote today #NolesVote— ⚡️THOR ⚡️ (@JaidenWoodbey) October 9, 2018
Kickoff time for Florida State’s game against Wake Forest has officially been announced.
Check out the Florida State targets and commits around the country that are turning heads.
247sports.com checks in on the top high school football target in the country, Kayvon Thibodeaux, and where FSU stands in terms of landing him.
Here's where FSU stands with 5-star DE Kayvon Thibodeaux (VIP)https://t.co/jILbyhcR9Q— Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) October 8, 2018
See how former Seminoles performed in Week 6 of ’Noles in the NFL.
One former FSU star, Graham Gano, tied the NFL record for the longest game-winning field goal kick in the history of the league. How he’s celebrating is pretty special.
October 8, 2018