The Nolecast has wrapped up its 2018 position previews. Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith tackle the positions where Florida State has the least amount of depth and quite possibly the most.
In case you missed it, Deondre Francois was named the starting QB for Florida State’s kickoff game against Virginia Tech.
Who will start alongside LB Dontavious Jackson? Florida State lacks depth at this position, but young players have a chance to grow.
Jon Ledyard from The Draft Network names Brian Burns as the best edge rusher in the ACC.
Kirk Herbstreit gives his opinions on Francois earning the title of QB1.
Marvin Wilson absolutely destroys during Oklahoma drills at Florida State’s practice on Monday.
The last time Virginia Tech and Florida State went up against each other, it was a battle until the end. See which Seminole sealed the deal for the ’Noles.
One week from tonight, Virginia Tech and @FSUFootball play for the first time since 2012.— ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN) August 27, 2018
This is how the last matchup was decided!
(Full highlights of the 2012 thriller here: https://t.co/j64PuNDh3K) pic.twitter.com/flLy4GK19C
Get to know redshirt linebacker Demetrius “Swole” Artis a little better with another piece from #FacesofFSUFootball
Florida State fans will have the option to watch the season opener exclusively from more than 1,000 feet in the air with ESPN’s first ever broadcast from the Goodyear Blimp.
Former Seminoles make the best NFL teammates.
See which former FSU players made ESPN’s list for top 100 NFL players of 2018. Can you guess which five made the cut?